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1. Chakravarti, A1., Menon, T.,* & Winship, C. In press. Contact and Group Structure: A natural experiment of interracial college roommate groups. Organization Science. *First authors contributed equally.
2. Menon, T. & Chakravarti, A. 1 In press. Social Resilience and the Persistence of Diverse Relationships. Positive Psychology of Diversity. Eds. Davidson, Wooten, and Roberts. Invited Contribution.
3. Menon, T., Smith, N. 2014.*1 Identities in Flux: Cognitive Network Activation in Times of Change. Social Science Research. 45: 117-130. *Both authors contributed equally.
4. Menon, T., Sheldon, O. J. and Galinsky, A. D. (2014), Barriers to Transforming Hostile Relations: Why Friendly Gestures Can Backfire. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 7: 17–37.
5. Wang, C., Whitson, J., & Menon, T. 2012. Culture and Pattern Perception: American and East Asian Faith in Horoscopes. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 630-638.
6. Smith, E. B. 1, Menon, T. & Thompson, L. 2012. High and low status groups activate different network structures under job threat. Organization Science. 23: 67-82.
7. Menon, T., & Phillips, K. W. (2011). Getting even vs. being the odd one out. Cohesion in Even- and Odd-Sized Groups. Organization Science, 22, 738-753.
8. Menon, T. & Thompson, L. (2010). Managing envy. Harvard Business Review, April.
-Reprinted in Harvard Business Review On Point: Emotional Intelligence. (Summer 2014).
9. Menon, T., Sim, J. 1 , Fu, H.Y. , Chiu, C.Y. & Hong, Y.Y. (2010). Blazing the trail versus trailing the group: Culture and perceptions of the leader’s position. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 113, 51-61.
10. Menon, T. & Thompson, L. (2007). Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful: Self-enhancing biases in threat appraisal. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 104, 45-60.
11. Menon, T., Thompson, L., & Choi, H.1 (2006). Tainted Knowledge versus Tempting Knowledge: Why People Avoid Knowledge from Internal Rivals and Seek Knowledge from External Rivals. Management Science, 52, 1129-1144. (Lead Article)
12. Menon, T & Fu, H.Y. (2005) Culture and control: How independent and interdependent selves experience agency and constraint. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale, & Y. Chen (Eds.), Research on Managing in Teams and Groups (Vol. 9, 21-51). Greenwich, CT: Elsevier Science Press.
13. Menon, T. & Pfeffer, J. (2003). Valuing Internal versus External Knowledge: Explaining the Preference for Outsiders. Management Science, 49, 497-513.
14. Menon, T. & Blount, S. (2003). The Messenger Bias: How Social Relationships Affect the Valuation of Knowledge. Research in Organizational Behavior, 25, 137-187.
15. Hong, Y., Ip, Grace, Chiu, C., Morris, M.W., & Menon, T. (2001). Cultural Identity and Dynamic Construction of the Self: Collective Duties and Individual Rights in Chinese and American Cultures. Social Cognition, 19, 251-268.
16. Menon, T. & Morris, M.W. (2001). Social Structure in North American and Chinese Cultures: Reciprocal Influence between Objective and Subjective Structures. Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 2, 27-50.
17. Morris, M.W., Menon, T., & Ames, D.R. (2001). Culturally Conferred Conceptions of Agency: A Key to Social Perception of Persons, Groups, and Other Actors. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 5, 169-182.
18. Chiu, C., Morris, M. W., Hong, Y., & Menon, T. (2000). Motivated cultural cognition: The impact of implicit cultural theories on dispositional attribution varies as a function of need for closure. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 78, 247-259.
-Reprinted in Crisp, R. (2014). Intercultural Communication. Taylor and Francis.
19. Menon, T., Morris, M. W., Chiu, C., & Hong, Y. (1999). Culture and the construal of agency: Attribution to individual versus group dispositions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76, 701-717.
-Reprinted in Hamilton, D. L. (2005). Social Cognition: Classic and Contemporary Readings. New York, NY: Psychology Press.