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Associate Professor of Management
Selected Current Research
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Minson, J., Mueller, J., , . (2013). Groups weight outside information less than individuals although they shouldn't: Response to Shultze et al. (2013) . Psychological Science
Melwani, S., Mueller, J., Overbeck, J. (2012). Looking down: The influence of contempt and compassion on leadership perceptions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97 (6), 1171-1185.
Minson, J., Mueller, J. (2012). The cost of collaboration: Why joint decision making exacerbates the rejection of outside information. Psychological Science, 23 (3), 214-219.
Mueller, J. (2012). Why individuals in larger teams perform worse. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117 (1), 111-124.
Mueller, J., Melwani, S., Goncalo, J., , . (2012). The bias against creativity: Why people desire yet reject creative ideas. Psychological Science, 21 (1), 13-17.
Mueller, J., Goncalo, J., Kamdar, D. (2011). Recognizing creative leadership: Can creative idea expression negatively relate to perceptions of leadership potential?. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47
Mueller, J., Kamdar, D. (2011). Why seeking help from teammates is a blessing and a curse: A theory of help seeking and individual creativity in team contexts. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Amabile, T., Mueller, J. (2009). Studying creativity, its processes, and its antecedents: An exploration of the componential theory of creativity. Handbook of Organizational Creativity
Mueller, J., Cronin, M. (2009). How relational processes support team creativity. Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Creativity in Groups, 12
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-Revised
Hennessey, B., Amabile, T., Mueller, J. (2010). Chapter 46: Consensual Assessment. Encyclopedia of Creativity (4)
Mueller, J., O'Neill, A. (2011). Demography, emotional expresivity, and undermining in a female-dominated organization. Proceedings of the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management