Journal Artices

  • Brodsky, A., & Amabile, T. (Forthcoming) “The downside of downtime: The prevalence and productivity consequences of idle time at work.” Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Parke, M., Weinhardt, J., Brodsky, A., Tangirala, S., & DeVoe, S. (Forthcoming) “When daily planning improves performance: The importance of planning type and interruptions.” Journal of Applied Psychology

Other Publications

  • Brodsky, A. (2017). Writing Resonant Emails. In, HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence. Boston: Harvard Business Review
  • Brodsky, A. (2015). The dos and don’ts of work email, from emojis to typos. Harvard Business Review (Digital Article).
  • Brodsky, A. (2014). Slip of the keyboard: How unintentional cues convey email-sender emotions. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2014, No. 1, p. 16001). Academy of Management.

Under Review

  • Blunden, H., & Brodsky, A. “When time is on your side: Toward a temporal model of conflict escalation and de-escalation in virtual communication.”
  • Blunden, H.* & Brodsky, A.* “Beyond the emoticon: Are there unintentional cues of emotion in email?.”
    • *Equal contribution
    • Selected for the AOM Conference Best Paper Proceedings

Working Papers

  • Brodsky, A. “Surface acting in virtual workplace interactions: Choosing the best technology to fit the task.”
  • Brodsky, A., Margolis, J., & Brockner, J. “Speaking up without going down: Toward a theory of responsivity to challenging voice.”
  • Kouchaki, M., Brodsky, A., & Gino, F. “To speak up or stay silent? How authenticity leads to voice in organizations.”
  • Brodsky, A. “Overcrafting of work correspondence: The productivity and affective consequences of self-monitoring in text-based communication.”
  • Brodsky, A. & Thatcher, S. “What is “work”? Developing a sensemaking framework of employee perceptions of work.”

Data Collection in Progress

  • Brodsky, A., Blunden, H., & Burris, E.R. “Speaking up across the world: Examining the impact of virtuality on voice behaviors.”
  • Longmire, N. & Brodsky, A. “Why don’t you care? How empathy appeals in virtual negotiations backfire.”