Josh Arnold

Professor, Management/HRM (MHRM)
Email: josh.arnold@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.8604
Office: COB-324 (Hours)

  • PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 1996
    Major/Concentration: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Master, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992
    Major/Concentration: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Bachelor, Point Loma Nazarene College, 1990
    Major/Concentration: Psychology
    Academic
  • City University of Hong Kong (2009 - Present) Visiting Professor
  • California State University, Long Beach (2008 - Present) Professor
  • London Business School (2002 - 2002) Visiting Professor
  • California State University, Long Beach (2001 - 2008) Associate Professor (Department of Management/ Human Resource Management)
  • California State University, Long Beach (1996 - 2001) Assistant Professor
  • IBM, U.S. Headquarters, New York (1992 - 1993) Intern
  • University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1991 - 1992) Research Assistant
  • Navy Personnel Research and Development Center (1989 - 1990) Student Contractor
  • "The Influence of Weight Bias on Processes and Outcomes in Negotiation", Psychological Reports , Feb-2021
  • "When less is more: How complexity impacts goal setting, judgment accuracy, and deals in negotiation", Psychological Reports , Mar-2020
  • "Sabotaging the Deal: The Way Relational Concerns Undermine Negotiators", Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , Dec-2011
  • "The Prospect of Negotiating: Stress, Cognitive Appraisal, and Performance", Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , Jan-2010
  • "Empathy makes negotiators generous, but only toward stigmatized counterparts", Academy of Management - Event Unspecified , Jan-2016
  • "You get what (I think) you deserve: Empathy, stigma and deservingness in negotiation", International Association for Conflict Management , Jan-2015
  • "How Negotiators' Trait-Level Belongingness Needs Sabotage Their Deals", Academy of Management - Event Unspecified , Jan-2010
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