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Gabrielle S. Adams

Assistant Professor
Unit: Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
Department: Frank Batten School of Leadership & Public Policy
Education
PhD, Business Administration (Organizational Behavior), Stanford University Graduate School of Business
BA, Psychology, Philosophy, Colby College
Biography

I am a social psychologist who conducts research on interpersonal processes. My main focus is on prosocial and antisocial exchange. A recent focus of my work has been on resolving interpersonal transgressions through offender punishment, victim compensation, apologies, and forgiveness. I also study prosocial behavior such as charitable donations and gift giving.

My research has been published in journals such as Psychological Science; Journal of Experimental Psychology: General; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. It has also been featured by the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Harvard Business Review.


PPOL 3100: Foundations of Behavioral Science
Credits: 3
An overview of the fields of social psychology and behavioral science. We will explore behavioral research in basic social psychology, leadership and organizational behavior, and the ways in which social science methods and research are currently being used in public policy and to solve major societal problems. The ultimate goal is to teach students how to think like behavioral scientists.
LPPL 3100: Foundations of Behavioral Science
Credits: 3
An overview of the fields of social psychology and behavioral science. We will explore behavioral research in basic social psychology, leadership and organizational behavior, and the ways in which social science methods and research are currently being used in public policy and to solve major societal problems. The ultimate goal is to teach students how to think like behavioral scientists.
PSYC 3590: Research in Psychology
Credits: 2–3
An original experimental project is undertaken in which each student is responsible for the design and operation of the experiment. S/U grading. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: 14 credits of psychology and instructor permission.