Core Faculty, Center for the Dynamics of Social Complexity
University of Tennessee
Personal webpage: http://www.garriyshteynberg.com
Through my research, I seek to understand how shared attention with other agents influences what we remember, the goals we pursue, and the things we value. I investigate both the nature of shared attention—what makes attention shared—as well as how shared attention influences mind and culture.
I have recently received NSF funding (BCS-1749348) to pursue research on disambiguating the effects of shared attention from mentalization in respect to attitudinal extremetization. A description of the planned research can be found here: Social Bases of Attitudinal Extremetization: Shared Attention versus Attitudinal Simulation, 2018-2021.
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
Haj-Mohamadi, P., Fles, E. H., & Shteynberg, G. (accepted). When can sharing attention increase affiliation? On the bonding effects of co-experienced belief affirmation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
*Chiu, C-y., Gelfand, M. J., Leung, A. K.-y., Liu, Z., Morris, M. W., Mu, Y., Shteynberg, G., Tam, K., Wan, C., Zou, X. (2015). A conclusion, yet an opening to enriching the normative approach of culture. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 10, 1361-1371. *Authorship is in alphabetical order due to the equality of author contributions.
Shteynberg, G., & Apfelbaum, E. (2013). The power of shared experience: Simultaneous observation with similar others facilitates social learning. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4, 738-744.
Gelfand, M. J., Shteynberg, G., Lee, T., Lun, J., Lyons, S., Bell, C., et al. (2012). The cultural transmission of intergroup conflict. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Theme Issue on Biology of Cultural Conflict, 367, 692-703.
Shteynberg, G., Leslie, M. L., Knight, P. K., & Mayer, D. M. (2011). But affirmative action hurts us! Race-related beliefs shape perceptions of white disadvantage and policy unfairness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 115, 1-12.
Gelfand, M. J., Lun, J., Lyons, S., & Shteynberg, G. (2011). Descriptive norms as carriers of culture in negotiation. Journal of International Negotiation, 16, 361-381.
Chiu, C-y., Gelfand, M. J., T. Yamagishi, Shteynberg, G., & Wan, C. (2010). Intersubjective culture: The role of intersubjective perceptions in cross-cultural research. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 5, 482-493.
Mayer, D. M., Greenbaum, R., Kuenzi, M., & Shteynberg, G. (2009). When does procedural justice matter? A test of the identity violation effect. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 142-161.
Lee, T., Gelfand, M .J., & Shteynberg, G. (2013). Culture and the contagion of conflict. In M. Brewer & M. Yuki (Eds.) Culture and intergroup relations. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kruglanski, A. W., & Shteynberg, G. (2012). Cognitive consistency as a means to an end: How subjective logic affords knowledge. In B. Gawronski & F. Strack (Eds.), Cognitive consistency: A Fundamental Principle in Social Cognition. (pp. 245-264). Guilford Press.
Gelfand, M. J., Leslie, L. M. & Shteynberg, G. (2006). Cross-cultural theory/methods. In S. Rogelberg (Ed.), The encyclopedia of industrial and organizational psychology. (Vol. 1, pp. 136-142). MA: Sage References.
Hanges, P. J., Dorfman, P. W., Shteynberg, G. & Bates, A. (2006). Culture and leadership: A connectionist information processing model. In W. H. Mobley & E. Weldon (Eds). Advances in Global Leadership (Vol 4, pp. 7-37). NY: JAI Press.
Hanges, P. J. & Shteynberg, G. (2004). Methodological challenges and solutions for leadership researchers. German Journal of Human Resource Research, 18, 346-358.
Knight, A. P., Shteynberg, G., & Hanges, P. J. (2004). The path-goal theory of leadership. In J. M. Burns, R. Goethals, & G. Sorenson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Leadership (Vol. 3, pp. 1164-1169). MA: Sage