2017 : Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, Columbia University, USA
2006 : Bachelor, Psychology, Smith College, USA
2017 - present, Assistant Professor in Negotiation, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
2016 - 2017, Adjunct Professor, Columbia University, New York, USA
2015 - 2015, Visiting Research Fellow, Parthenope University of Naples, , Italy
2012 - 2014, Adjunct Professor, Hunter College, City College of New York, New York, USA
2009 - present, Researcher, Morton Deutsch Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, Columbia University, New York, USA
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
Kim R., Roberson Loriann, Russo Marcello, Briganti Paola, (2019). Language Diversity, Nonnative Accents and their Consequences at Workplace: Recommendations for Individuals, Teams, and Organizations, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 55 73-95.
Coleman Peter, Kugler Katharina, Vallacher Robin, Kim Regina, (2019). Hoping for the best, preparing for the worst: regulatory focus optimality in high and low intensity conflict , International Journal of Conflict Management, 30 (1) 45-64.
Coleman P. T., Coon Danielle, Kim R., Chung Christine, Bass Rebecca, Regan Nancy, Anderson Robert, (2017). Promoting constructive Multicultural Attractors: Fostering unity and fairness from diversity and conflict, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 53 180-211.
Kim R., Coleman Peter T., (2015). The Combined effect of Individualism – Collectivism on conflict styles and satisfaction: An analysis at the individual level, Peace and Conflict Studies, 22 (2) 137-159.
Roberson Loriann, Kim R., (2014). Stereotype threat research hits the sweet spot for Organizational Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 7 (3) 450-452.
Peterson Bill, Kim R., McCarthy J. M., Park C.J., Plamondon L.T., (2011). Authoritarianism and arranged marriage in Bangladesh and Korea, Journal of Research in Personality, 45 622-630.
Language Diversity, Culture, Conflict Management, Negotiation