Phone: +65 6799 5338
Culture, Emotion, Individual and Group Performance, Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, Perceptions of Discrimination, Social Identities
Psychological Issues in Management (MBA), Introduction to Social Psychology (PhD), Leadership Development, Social Identities, Culture, and Diversity (Executive Education, INSEAD Executive Master in Consulting and Coaching for Change)
Zoe Kinias is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD.
Her research focuses on how social identities and situational factors affect individual's understanding of social and professional events and how to improve individual and group performance. Professor Kinias' work includes investigations of how to improve individual's decision making by reducing bias and how to bolster resiliency of individuals who may experience threatening professional situations. She publishes research in leading journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Psychological Science.
Professor Kinias' teaching experience is broad. Before focusing her teaching on psychological processes in organisations, she taught courses on social psychology, cultural psychology, applied statistics, and research methods in California. She then joined the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where she taught MBA and executive courses on team leadership and motivation. At INSEAD, Professor Kinias teaches the Psychological Issues in Management course in the MBA programme, sessions on Leadership Development, Social Identities, and Diversity in Executive Education programmes, and the core Organisational Behaviour PhD course.
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Standing Out as a Signal to Selfishness: Culture and Devaluation of Non-Normative Characteristics - Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Debiasing the Mind through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk Cost Bias - Psychological Science
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Power Motivates Interpersonal Connection following Social Exclusion - Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Prototypes of Racism: How Status Asymmetry and Stereotype Asymmetry Affect Judgments of Racial Discrimination - Basic and Applied Social Psychology
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Culture and Gender Inequality: Psychological Consequences of Perceiving Gender Inequality - Group Processes and Intergroup Relations
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Knowing How they Feel: Predicting Emotions felt by Outgroups - Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - How Status and Stereotypes Impact Attributions to Discrimination: The Stereotype-asymmetry Hypothesis - Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - The Group as a Resource: Reducing Biased Attributions for Group Success and Failure via Group Affirmation - Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin