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    Creativity in Its Social Context: The Interplay of Organizational Norms, Situational Threat, and Gender 

    Walton, Andre P.; Kemmelmeier, Markus (2012)
    Past research has frequently made the assumptions that creativity is an individual, rather than social, behavior; that the factors shaping creative behavior influence everyone in the same way; and that these factors always ...
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    Creativity in Men and Women: Threat, Other-Interest, and Self-Assessment 

    Kemmelmeier, Markus; Walton, AP (2016)
    Previous research into gender and creativity has provided little evidence for consistent differences between men and women in creative performance. This research revisits this topic by proposing a person x situation approach, ...
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    Gender Differences in the Endowment Effect: Women Pay Less, but Won't Accept Less 

    Wieland, A.; Sundali, J.; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Sarin, R. (2014)
    We explore different contexts and mechanisms that might promote or alleviate the gender effect in risk aversion. Our main result is that we do not find gender differences in risk aversion when the choice is framed as a ...
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    Gender Differences in Worry During Medical School 

    Miller, Grant D.; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Dupey, Peggy (2013)
    Discuss ideas arising from the article at ‘discuss’; Objectives This research examined worry in medical students at various stages of training with reference to worries related to academic and clinical training, finances ...
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    Gendered Influence of Downward Social Comparisons on Current and Possible Selves 

    Kemmelmeier, Markus; Oyserman, Daphna (2001)
    Because men and women differ with regard to independent and interdependent self-construals, we propose that downward comparisons are more likely to lower women's achievement- related self-evaluations compared to men's. We ...
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    Inept Reasoners or Pragmatic Virtuosos? Relevance and the Deontic Selection Task 

    Girotto, V.; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Sperber, D.; van der Henst, JB (2001)
    Most individuals fail the selection task, selecting P and Q cases, when they have to test descriptive rules of the form "If P, then Q". But they solve it, selecting P and not-Q cases, when they have to test deontic rules ...
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    Opposite Ends of the Same Stick? Multi-Method Test of the Dimensionality of Individualism and Collectivism 

    Taras, Vas; Sarala, Riikka; Muchinsky, Paul; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Singelis, Theodore M.; Avsec, Andreja; Coon, Heather M.; Dinnel, Dale L.; Gardner, Wendi; Grace, Sherry; Hardin, Erin E.; Hsu, Sandy; Johnson, Joel; Karakitapo?lu Aygün, Zahide; Kashima, Emiko S.; Kolstad, Arnulf; Milfont, Taciano L.; Oetzel, John; Okazaki, Sumie; Probst, Tahira M.; Sato, Toru; Shafiro, Maggie; Schwartz, Seth J.; Sinclair, H. C. (2014)
    The construct of individualism-collectivism (IND-COL) has become the definitive standard in cross-cultural psychology, management, and related fields. It is also among the most controversial, in particular, with regard to ...
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    Racial-Ethnic Self-Schemas 

    Oyserman, Daphna; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Fryberg, Stephanie; Brosh, Hezi; Hart-Johnson, Tamera (2003)
    Racial-ethnic minorities are at risk of academic disengagement: pulling back effort in school. Our model focuses on the implications of content of racial-ethnic self-schemas (RES) for disengagement. We postulate that risk ...