Journal Articles

  • Brodsky, A. (In press). “Virtual surface acting in workplace interactions: Choosing the best technology to fit the task.” Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Blunden, H.* & Brodsky, A.* (In press). “Beyond the emoticon: Are there unintentional cues of emotion in email?” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
    • *Equal author contribution, alphabetical order.
  • Brodsky, A., & Amabile, T. M. (2018). The downside of downtime: The prevalence and work pacing consequences of idle time at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(5), 496-512.
  • Parke, M. R., Weinhardt, J. M., Brodsky, A., Tangirala, S., & DeVoe, S. E. (2018). When daily planning improves employee performance: The importance of planning type, engagement, and interruptions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(3), 300-312.

Other Publications

  • Bernstein, E., Blunden, H., Brodsky, A., Sohn, W., & Waber, B. (2020). The implications of working without an office. Harvard Business Review, Big Idea Feature.
    • One of the top 10 most read Harvard Business Review articles of 2020
  • 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.

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. “Toward a media affect theory: Examining the impact of novel workplace communication technologies.”

Working Papers

  • 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.
  • Brodsky, A. & Martins, L. “Personal Internet Usage at Work: An integrative review and agenda for future research.”
  • Brodsky, A., Thatcher, S., & Bartel, C. “The Five Ws of Work: A Sensemaking Framework of “Work”.
  • 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.”
  • Longmire, N. & Brodsky, A. “Do you really care? An attribution explanation of positive and negative reactions to surface acting.”
  • Sohn, W., Brodsky, A., & Harvey, J.F.  “A busy boss: The interaction of team and supervisor busyness on team creativity.”
  • Brodsky, A. & Sohn, W. “Emotional labor in a virtual world: Communication medium choice and intrapersonal consequences of virtual surface acting.”
  • Lee, M., & Brodsky, A. “The role of workplace virtual communication on feelings of inauthenticity.”