Dr. Tyree Mitchell presents at the International Association for Conflict Management

11/10/17

Dr. Tyree Mitchell, Associate Professor in the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development (SLHRD),  attended the 30th annual International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) conference in Berlin, Germany.

At the IACM conference, Dr. Mitchell presented his research which examined the differences between the perceptions from men and women in negotiation situations. A comparision of four targets of appraisal perceptions (the self, other party, processes, and outcomes) across men and women with meta-analyses was performed.

Based on meta-analyses, he found that perceptions were gender role congruent with men responding stronger to agentic items and women responding stronger to communal items with respect to their perceptions of themselves, their counterpart, the negotiation processes, and outcomes. 

For more information about Dr. Tryee Mitchell, please visit his faculty page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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