Yang, S. W., Soltis, S. M., Ross, J. R., & Labianca, G. (J.). (2021). Dormant tie reactivation as an affiliative coping response to stressors during the COVID-19 crisis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 106(4), 489-500. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000909. Media coverage: Psychology Today, WorkRBeeing Podcast, IO at Work.
Work in progress:
Ross, J. R., Mehra, A., Levin, D. Z., Walter, J. & Borgatti, S. “Ties over time: Meaning and memory in tie dormancy.” Preparing manuscript for submission to Academy of Management Review
Ross, J. R. “When the past comes knocking: An alter-centric perspective on the reactivation of dormant ties.” Preparing manuscript for submission to Human Relations
Ross, J. R., Mehra, A., Levin, D. Z., Walter, J. & Borgatti, S. “Dormant ties: A review and research agenda.” Finalizing literature review and framework. Planned submission to Journal of Management
Ross, J. R., & Mehra, A. “Mental heuristics and the value of dormant ties.” Theoretical development and data collection stages. Planned submission to Journal of Applied Psychology
Areas of focus:
Social networks, dormant ties, network mobilization, social cognition, and prosocial motivation .