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Dr. Ece Tuncel


Ece Tuncel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Management Department
(314) 246-2479
ecetuncel24@webster.edu
East Academic Building Rm. 379

Biography:

Dr. Ece Tuncel holds a B.S. Business Administration and a M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, both from the Middle East Technical University. She received her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Tuncel's research examines the effects of cognition, emotion, and personality on individual decision making, particularly in negotiation settings and has been published in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Psychological Science, and Negotiation and Conflict Management Research among other outlets. Dr. Tuncel has taught courses in the areas of organizational behavior, negotiation, decision making, and international management. She is a native of Turkey.

Curriculum Vitae

Publications:

Kim, P., Mislin, A., Tuncel, E., Fehr, R., Cheshin, A., & Van Kleef, G. (2017) Power as an emotional liability: Implications for perceived authenticity and trust after a transgression. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (in press).

Tuncel, E., Mislin, A., Kesebir, S., Pinkley, L. R. (2016). Agreement attraction and impasse aversion: Reasons for selecting a poor deal over no deal at all. Psychological Science, 27:3, 312-321.

Kong, D. T., Tuncel, E., & McLean Parks, J. (2011) Anticipating happiness in a future negotiation: Anticipated happiness, propensity to initiate a negotiation, and individual outcomes. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 4:3, 219-247.

Tuncel, E. (2005). Effects of information sharing on belief similarity and performance in teams. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Thatcher, S. M. B., Doucet, L., & Tuncel, E. (2003). Subjective identities and identity communication processes in information technology teams. In M. A. Neale and E. A. Mannix (Eds.) Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 5: 53-90. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science.