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  • James C Anderson, J L Kellogg, David W Gerbing, Jeanne Brett, Claes Fornell, David Larcker +2 others
  • 2004
In this article, we provide guidance for substantive researchers on the use of structural equation modeling in practice for theory testing and development. We present a comprehensive, two-step modeling approach that employs a series of nested models and sequential chi-square difference tests. We discuss the comparative advantages of this approach over a(More)
The authors examined the function of offers in U.S. and Japanese integrative negotiations. They proposed that early 1st offers begin information sharing and generate joint gains in Japan but have an anchoring effect that hinders joint gains in the United States. The data from the negotiation transcripts of 20 U.S. and 20 Japanese dyads supported 2(More)
Scholars have argued that anger expressed by participants in mediation is counterproductive; yet, there is also reason to believe that expressions of anger can be productive. The authors tested these competing theories of emotion by using data from online mediation. Results show that expression of anger lowers the resolution rate in mediation and that this(More)
We propose a new model linking how negotiators represent, or frame, their goals to whether they revise or persist with their planned strategies. In three studies, we report evidence consistent with the model's predictions. The critical finding is that how parties' framed their goals predicted how they revised their strategies upon subgoal failure. Parties(More)
Within the United States, teams outperform solos in negotiation (Thompson, Peterson, & Brodt, 1996). The current research examined whether this team advantage generalizes to negotiators from a collectivist culture (Taiwan). Because different cultures have different social norms, and because the team context may amplify the norms that are salient in a(More)
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