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Prof. Chaitali (Tali) KAPADIA

Prof. Chaitali (Tali) KAPADIA

Assistant Professor

talikapadia@ust.hk

Academic qualifications

  • Ph.D. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Organizational Behavior
  • M.A. Columbia University, Social-Organizational Psychology
  • B.A. Barnard College, Economics

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Assistant Professor, July 2017 - present.


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Publications (Chronological, alphabetical)

  • Christian, M.S., Eisenkraft, N., & Kapadia, C. 2015. Dynamic associations between somatic complaints, human energy, and discretionary behaviors: Experiences with pain fluctuations at work. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60: 66-102.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Kapadia, C. 2016. Doing More in Less Time: How Multitasking Increases Creativity. In John Humphreys (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventy-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management


SELECTED RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Kapadia, C. 2016. Doing more in less time: How multitasking increases creativity. Present at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.

  • Kapadia, C. 2015. Doing More in Less Time: How Multitasking Increases Creativity. Symposium presentation at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, CA.

  • Christian, M. S., Eisenkraft, N., & Kapadia, C. 2014. Fluctuations in pain predict work behaviors through engagement and self-control. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, HI.

  • Melwani, S., Eisenkraft, N., & Kapadia, C. 2013. Bored and subdued: The negative impact of state boredom on future tasks. In Kapadia, C. & Melwani, S (Co-Chairs), Feeling Bad, Mad and Bored: The Influence of Negative Discrete Emotions on Performance. Symposium at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, FL.

  • Melwani, S., Eisenkraft, N., & Kapadia, C. (2013). Bored and Subdued: The Negative Impact of State Boredom on Future Tasks. Second annual conference for Social Psychological Research at Duke, Virginia, and Carolina (DVaC), Durham, NC.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Emotions

  • Creativity

  • Human attention

  • Longitudinal research

  • Creative Industries


FUNDED PROJECTS

  • RGC Early Career Scheme, "Hope and its Role in the Creative Process" (2018-2020), Principal Investigator, HKD369,000