Professor

Regina KIM

Regina KIM
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Organizational Psychology - Columbia University
Track: International Negotiation
Education
  • 2017 : Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, Columbia University, USA
  • 2006 : Bachelor, Psychology, Smith College, USA
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 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.
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  • 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.
Research field
  • Language Diversity, Culture, Conflict Management, Negotiation
IÉSEG