Michael Slepian
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Beginning July 1, 2016, Michael Slepian will be an Assistant Professor in the Management Division of Columbia Business School.

 

Michael Slepian is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Management Division of Columbia Business School. Before coming to Columbia, he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University, and received his Ph.D. from Tufts University.

 

His program of research examines secrecy and trust. He studies the psychology of secrets and how keeping secrets affects two important variables that govern social and organizational life: trust and motivation. He has studied the consequences of keeping secrets, including how they change our behavior, judgments and actions. He studies the effects of both personal and professional secrets for the individual secret keeper as well as whether we can tell when others are concealing information from us. For more information see his research and publications.





 

 

 


michael.slepian@columbia.edu
Columbia Business School
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