PUBLICATIONS

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. Accessible online here. Data and analysis scripts accessible here. Community Trust scale accessible here (English version), or here (Bengali version).
PNAS Commentary by Martha J. Farah & Cayce J. Hook: "Trust and the poverty trap."

WORKING PAPERS

Jachimowicz, J.M., Menges, J.I., & Galinsky, A.D. "How Wind Speed Affects Voting Decisions." Under Review. Working Paper accessible here.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Lee, J., Staats, B., Gino, F. & Menges, J.I. “Commuting as Role Transitions: How Trait Self-Control and Work-related Prospection Offset Negative Effects of Lengthy Commutes.” Under Review. Working Paper accessible here.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Duncan, S. & Weber, E.U. “Default-Rejection: The Hidden Cost of Defaults.” Under Review. Working Paper accessible here

*Hauser, O., *Jachimowicz, J.M., O'Brien, J., Sherman, E., & Galinsky, A.D. Second-Order Normative Beliefs Matter More Than First-Order Personal Beliefs: Implications for Energy Conservation. Under Review.

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Gladstone, J.J., Berry, D., Kirkdale, C., & Thornley, T. When Commitment Contracts Preserve Self-Image: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Increase Medication Adherence.” Under Review.

Jachimowicz, J.M., Menges, J.I., Wihler, A., & Myrseth, K.O.R. “Workplace Distractions Influence the Relationship Between Job Control and Emotional Exhaustion for Better, and for Worse.” Working Paper available upon request.

SELECTED WORK IN PROGRESS

Gladstone, J.J., Jachimowicz, J.M. & Greenberg, A.E. "Feeling Shame, Not Guilt, Exacerbates Financial Difficulties." 

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *To, C., Menges, J.I., & Akinola, M. "Why Passion Pursuit Fails: A Consequence Mindset Toward Achieving Passion Increases Subjective Gaps of Passion and Turnover Intentions."

*Jachimowicz, J.M., *Lu, J., & Galinsky, A.D. "Passionate Employees Are Less Likely To Misbehave At Work"