Elaine Hyder

Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory at Tepper School of Business


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Tepper School of Business

Area of Expertise

Organizational Behavior and Theory

Courses taught

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (70321)

Research Interests

My research interests are in group interaction and process, with an emphasis on conflict and computer supported cooperative work. I am currently working with others in HCII to develop a prototype to support sales and repair personnel in a dynamic environment. In addition to this work I am studying conflict within the Internet Engineering Task Force (the body responsible for many of the standards related to the Internet).


"Knowledge matters: The application of tactics in naive negotiations" with Laurie Weingart and Mike Prietula Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1996

"Knowledge and the sequential processes of negotiation: A Markov chain analysis" with Laurie Weingart, Mike Prietula and Chris Genovese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1999

"Getting to best: Efficiency versus optimality in negotiation" with Mike Prietula and Laurie Weingart Cognitive Science, in press

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