Published Work

+ denotes student author. * denotes shared first authorship.

+Krautter, K., +Büchner, A., & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2023). Extraverts Reap Greater Social Rewards From Passion Because They Express Passion More Frequently and More Diversely. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Open Access here.

+*Bredehorst, J., +Krautter, K., Meuris, J., & *Jachimowicz, J.M. (2023). The Challenge of Maintaining Passion for Work Over Time: A Dynamic Perspective on Passion and Emotional Exhaustion. Organization Science. Open Access here.

+Kwon, M., Lee Cunningham, J., & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2023). Discerning Saints: Intrinsic Motivation and Selective Prosociality in Teams. Academy of Management Journal. Open Access here.

*Jachimowicz, J.M. & *Weisman, H. (2022) Divergence Between Employee and Employer Understandings of Passion: Theory and Implications for Future Research. Research in Organizational Behavior. Open Access here.

+Wang, K., +Bailey, E., & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2022). The Passionate Pygmalion Effect: Passion produces greater performance in part because of preferential treatment by others. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

+Blesch, K., Hauser, O.P., & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2022) Measuring Inequality Beyond the Gini Coefficient May Clarify Conflicting Findings. Nature Human Behaviour. For open access, click here. For data, code, interactive maps, and additional simulations, see:

Landis, B., Jachimowicz, J.M., Wang, D, & Krause, R. (2022). Revisiting Extraversion and Leadership Emergence: A Social Network Churn Perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Witte, M., Hensel, L., ... & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2022). Global Behaviors, Perceptions, and the Emergence of Social Norms at the Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Open access here.

Jachimowicz, J.M. (2022). Embracing field studies as a tool for learning. Nature Reviews Psychology. Click for open access.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Davidai, S., +Goya-Tochetto, D., Szaszi, B., Day, M.V., +Tepper, S.J., Phillips, L.T., Mirza, M.U., Ordabayeva, N., Hauser, O.P. (2022) Inequality in Researchers' Minds: Four Guiding Questions for Studying Subjective Perceptions of Economic Inequality. Journal of Economic Surveys.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Frey, E., Matz, S.C., Jeronimus, B.F., & Galinsky, A.D. (2022). The Sharp Spikes of Poverty: Financial Scarcity Is Related to Higher Levels of Distress Intensity in Daily Life. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Wihler, A., & Galinsky, A.D. (2021). My Boss’ Passion Matters as Much as My Own: The Interpersonal Dynamics of Passion are a Critical Driver of Performance Evaluations. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

*Gladstone, J.J., *Jachimowicz, J.M., *Greenberg, A.E., & Galinsky, A.D. (2021). Financial Shame Spirals: How Shame Intensifies Financial Hardship. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Anicich, E., Jachimowicz, J.M., +Osborne, M, & Phillips, L.T. (2021). Structuring Local Environments to Avoid Racial Diversity: Anxiety Drives Whites' Geographical and Institutional Self-Segregation Preferences. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Open access here

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Mo, R., Greenberg, A.E., Jeronimus, B.F., & Whillans. A.V. (2021) Income More Reliably Predicts Frequent than Intense Happiness. Social Psychological and Personality Science. Open access here.

+Götz, F., +Gvirtz, A., Galinsky, A.D., & Jachimowicz, J.M. (2021) How Personality and Policy Predict Pandemic Behavior: Understanding Sheltering-in-Place in 55 Countries at the Onset of COVID-19. American Psychologist. accessible here. Data + Scripts here.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Lee Cunningham, J, Staats, B., Gino, F., & Menges, J.I. (2021) Between Home and Work: Commuting as an Opportunity for Role Transitions. Organization Science.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Gladstone, J.G., Berry, D., Kirkdale, C.L., Thornley, T., & Galinsky. A.D. (2021). Making Medications Stick: Improving Medication Adherence by Highlighting the Personal Health Costs of Non-Compliance. Behavioural Public Policy. Outside paywall here.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Szaszi, B., Lukas, M., Smerdon, D., Prabhu, J., & Weber, E.U. (2020) Higher economic inequality intensifies the financial hardship of people living in poverty by fraying the community buffer. Nature Human Behaviour. accessible here. Data + Scripts here.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Duncan, S., Weber, E.U., & Johnson, E.J. (2019). When and Why Defaults Influence Decisions: A Meta-Analysis of Default Effects. Behavioural Public Policy, 3(2), 159-186. Data + Scripts here.

Jachimowicz, J.M., To, C., Agasi, S., Côté, S., & Galinsky, A.D. (2019). The Gravitational Pull of Expressing Passion: When and How Expressing Passion Elicits Status Conferral and Support from Others. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 153, 41-62. Data + Scripts here.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Wihler, A., Bailey, E., & Galinsky, A.D. (2018). Why grit requires perseverance and passion to positively predict performance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(40), 9980-9985. Full-Text access here. Data + Scripts here.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Hauser, O.P., O'Brien, J.D., Sherman, E., & Galinsky, A.D. (2018). The critical role of second-order normative beliefs in predicting energy conservation. Nature Human Behaviour, 2(10), 757-764. Full-Text access here. Data + Scripts here. "Behind The Paper" Blog here.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Chafik, S., Munrat, S., Prabhu, J., & Weber, E.U. (2017). Community trust reduces myopic decisions of low-income individuals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(21), 5401-5406. Community Trust scale accessible here (English version) and here (Bengali version). Data + Scripts here.