Research

Journal Articles

Other Publications

Invited Revisions/Revise & Resubmits

  • Brodsky, A., Kouchaki, M., & Gino, F. “Viewing the world through one’s eyes: The role of state authenticity on altering threat perceptions and employee voice.”
    • Status: R&R at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
  • Brodsky, A., Blunden, H., & Burris, E.R. “The role of the interaction frequency, target, and mode in predicting employee challenging voice.”
    • Status: R&R at Academy of Management Journal

Manuscripts Under First Round Review

  • Brodsky, A. & Sohn, W. “The role of intrapersonal emotion in workplace communication technology affordances: A within-subject field experiment of one-to-one video emailing technology.”
  • Brodsky, A. “From timing to typos: A review of virtual impression management strategies and pitfalls.”

Working Papers

  • Parke, M. & Brodsky, A. “Fostering voice in remote teams: The roles of remote technology, remote meeting routines, and collocated work expectations.”
  • Blunden, H.*, Sohn, W.*, Brodsky, A., & Bernstein, E. “Rethinking virtual work transitions in a new age of virtual work: The moderating role of job complexity.”
    • *The first two authors contributed equally, alphabetical order.
  • Blunden, H., & Brodsky, A. “When time is on your side: Toward a temporal model of conflict escalation and de-escalation in virtual communication.”

Data Analysis & Collection in Progress

  • Blunden, H.*, Sohn, W.*, Brodsky, A., & Bernstein, E. “Returning back to the office: How transition from working virtual impacts work outcomes.”
    • *Equal author contribution for first two authors, alphabetical order.
  • Brodsky, A. “Overcrafting of work correspondence: The productivity and affective consequences of self-monitoring in text-based communication.”
  • Lee, M., & Brodsky, A. “The role of workplace virtual communication on feelings of inauthenticity.”
  • Lee, M., & Brodsky, A. “How virtual work alters diversity-based outcomes.”
  • Brodsky, A. & Burris, E. “Bringing “focus time” to hybrid work: A field experiment on the double-edge sword of frequent virtual interactions.”