Publications

  • Journal Papers

Publications:

Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. Understanding Contemporary Forms of Exploitation: Attributions of Passion Serve to Legitimize the Poor Treatment of Workers. (2020).Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. Lean In Messages Increase Attributions of Women’s Responsibility for Gender Inequality. (2018).Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

 

Selected Research in Progress:

Kim, J.Y.& Fitzsimons, G. M. Empowerment messages and feelings of guilt and pride(data collection)

Kim, J.Y.& Kay. A. C. On the unique justifying function of mind ethic ideology(in preparation)

Kim, J.Y.& Kay, A. C. Perceptions of work and attitudes toward automation (data collection)

Kim, J.Y.,Ma, A., & Kay, A. C. The belief in expandable pie(data collection)

Kim, J.Y.& Larrick, R. P. Motivated consumption and dissemination of information(data collection)

 

Conference Presentations:

Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. Attributing Passion to Workers Legitimizes Poor Worker Treatment. (Feb. 2020). Talk to be presented at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. Understanding Contemporary Forms of Exploitation: Attributions of Passion Serve to Legitimize the Poor Treatment of Workers. (Oct. 2019). Talk (Symposium) presented at the Society of Experimental Social Psychology Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (Feb. 2019). Lean In messages increase attributions of women’s responsibility for gender inequality. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Portland, OR.

Kim, J.Y.& Kay, A. C. (Aug. 2018). A motivated account of how attributions of passion serve to legitimize the poor treatment of workers. Talk presented at theAnnual Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, IL.*Finalist, Best Student Paper, Managerial and Organizational Cognition (MOC)

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (Aug. 2018). The effects of Lean In messages on perceptions of women’s role in gender inequality. Talk presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (Jul.2018). The effects of Lean In messages on perceptions of women’s role in gender inequality. Talk presented at the International Society for Justice Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Kim, J.Y.,Ma, A., Tang, S., & Kay, A. C. (Aug. 2017). Motivated belief in expandable wealth: SES, perceptions of wealth, and system-justification. Talk presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. (May. 2017). Passion exploitation: The legitimization of exploiting other people’s passion for work. Talk (Symposium)presented at the Society for the Study of Motivation Symposium, Boston, MA.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (May. 2017). Women’s self-improvement advice leads to perceived empowerment, but at what cost? Talk presented at the Trans-Atlantic Doctoral Conference, LondonBusiness School, London, England.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (Apr. 2017). Women’s self-improvement advice leads to perceived empowerment, but at what cost? Talk presented at the Carolina Research in Social and Personality Psychology, Durham, NC.

Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. (Jan. 2017). Women’s self-improvement advice leads to perceived empowerment, but at what cost? Microtalk presented at the Justice and Morality Pre-conference,Annual Meeting for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

Kim, J.Y.& Kay, A. C. (Nov. 2016). On the unique justifying functions of mind ethic. Talk presented at the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Asheville, NC.

Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. (Aug. 2016). Passion exploitation: The legitimization of exploiting other people’s passion for work. Talk presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

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