Juliana Schroeder

Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business
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Juliana Schroeder is a professor in the Management of Organizations group at the Haas School of Business. She is a faculty affiliate in the Social Psychology Department, the Cognition Department, and the Center for Human-Compatible AI at UC Berkeley. She teaches the Negotiations and Conflict Resolution course at Haas.

Schroeder researches how people navigate their social worlds: first, how people form inferences about others' mental capacities and, second, how these inferences influence their interactions. In particular, she studies how language affects the expression of one’s own—and the evaluation of others’—mental capacities.

Her research has been published in a wide range of academic journals and in several book chapters. It has been featured by media outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, NPR, and the Today Show. She has received funding from the National Science Foundation and awards from the Association for Psychological Science and the American Psychological Association.

In addition to conducting research and teaching, Schroeder is a co-founder of the Psychology of Technology Institute, which supports and advances scientific research studying psychological consequences and antecedents of technological advancements. Her educational background includes a B.A. in Psychology and Economics from the University of Virginia, an M.B.A. from the Chicago Booth School of Business, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology and Business from the University of Chicago.

Programs for Individuals 
Academic Background 

PhD, Psychology and Business, University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Behavioral Science), University of Chicago (Social Psychology)

MBA, University of Chicago Booth School of Business 2012-2014

MA, Social Psychology (Minor: Advanced Methods and Statistics),The University of Chicago

BA, Psychology and Economics (Minor: Italian Literature), The University of Virginia (Summa Cum Laude)

Publications & Media

Papers & Articles 

The “empty vessel” physician: Instrumentality makes physicians seem personally empty.

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Befriending the enemy: Outgroup friendship longitudinally predicts intergroup attitudes in a co-existence program for Israelis and Palestinians.

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The sound of intellect: Speech reveals a thoughtful mind, increasing a job candidate's appeal.

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Mistakenly seeking solitude.

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The lesser minds problem.

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Awards & Honors 
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship 2010-2013
  • Katherine Dusak Miller Fellowship, University of Chicago 2010-2015
  • Excellence in Teaching Awards for every class (student evaluations > 4.0/5.0) 2011-2014
  • Best Student-Led Paper Award (International Association of Conflict Management) 2015
  • Northwestern University Dispute Resolution Research Center Scholarship 2015
  • University of Chicago Center for Decision Research Independent Research Grant 2015
  • Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (GPIR) Early Career Scholar 2015
  • Organizational Behavior Doctoral Consortium (1 candidate selected per school) 2014
  • Science of Philanthropy Initiative Grant Award 2014
  • Midwestern Psychological Association Best Paper Award 2014
  • Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM) Travel Award 2014
  • Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Conference Travel Award 2013
  • Summer Institute for Social and Personality Psychology (SISPP) 2013
  • Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Poster Award Finalist 2013
  • American Psychological Association (APA) International Travel and Mentoring Award 2012
  • Chicago Psychology Graduate Student Organization Travel Award 2011
  • University of Chicago Booth School of Business Research Award 2011
  • Maury Pathfinder Award, Best Psychology Honors Thesis, University of Virginia 2008
  • Psychology Research Excellence Award, University of Virginia 2008
  • Phi Beta Kappa 2007
  • Echols Scholar & Raven Society Scholar, University of Virginia 2007
  • Chair, Undergraduate Research Network, University of Virginia 2006-2008
Programs for Individuals 
Academic Background 

PhD, Psychology and Business, University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Behavioral Science), University of Chicago (Social Psychology)

MBA, University of Chicago Booth School of Business 2012-2014

MA, Social Psychology (Minor: Advanced Methods and Statistics),The University of Chicago

BA, Psychology and Economics (Minor: Italian Literature), The University of Virginia (Summa Cum Laude)

Publications & Media

Papers & Articles 

The “empty vessel” physician: Instrumentality makes physicians seem personally empty.

VIEW

Befriending the enemy: Outgroup friendship longitudinally predicts intergroup attitudes in a co-existence program for Israelis and Palestinians.

VIEW

The sound of intellect: Speech reveals a thoughtful mind, increasing a job candidate's appeal.

VIEW

Mistakenly seeking solitude.

VIEW

The lesser minds problem.

VIEW
VIEW MORE