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Department of Management                                                    

London School of Economics and Political Science

New Academic Building, Sardinia Street, 5.04

London WC2A 2AE

Office: 020 7955 7034

Email: H.Kappes@lse.ac.uk


PUBLICATIONS – Journal articles

Kappes, Heather Barry, Eesha Sharma, & Gabriele Oettingen. (in press). Positive fantasies dampen charitable giving when many resources are demanded. Journal of Consumer Psychology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcps.2012.02.001. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2012). Wishful information preference: Positive fantasies mimic the effect of intentions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 870-881. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, Bettina Schwörer, & Gabriele Oettingen (2012). Needs instigate positive fantasies of idealized futures. European Journal of Social Psychology [Special Issue: Mental Time Travel], 42, 299-307. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, Gabriele Oettingen, & Doris Mayer. (2012). Positive fantasies predict low academic achievement in disadvantaged students. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 53-64. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, & Patrick M. Shrout. (2011). When goal sharing produces support that is not caring. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 662-673. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2011). Positive fantasies about idealized futures sap energy. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 719-729. PDF              * Covered in The Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Psychology Today, Forbes.com

Kappes, Heather Barry, Elizabeth J. Stephens, & Gabriele Oettingen (2011). Implicit theories moderate the relation of positive future fantasies to academic outcomes. Journal of Research in Personality, 45, 269-278. PDF

Kappes, Heather Barry, Gabriele Oettingen, Doris Mayer, & Sam Maglio. (2011). Sad mood promotes self-initiated mental contrasting of future and reality. Emotion, 11, 1206-1222. PDF

Barry, Heather, & Tom R. Tyler. (2009). The other side of injustice: When unfair procedures increase group-serving behavior. Psychological Science, 20, 1026-1032. PDF

PUBLICATIONS – Chapters

Gollwitzer, Peter M., Heather Barry Kappes, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2012). Needs and incentives as sources of goals. In Aaarts, H., & Elliot, A. (Eds.), Goal-directed behavior. (pp. 115-149). Philadelphia: Psychology Press/Taylor & Francis.

Barry, Heather, & Tom R. Tyler. (2010). Rewarding the fair and repairing the unfair: Both group procedural justice and injustice may motivate group-serving behavior. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale (Series Eds.) & E. Mullen (Vol. Ed.), Research on managing groups and teams: Justice. (pp. 63-94). Emerald. PDF

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Kappes, Heather Barry & Emily Balcetis. On feeling entitled by virtue of who you are.

Sciarappo, John, & Heather Barry Kappes. In a world with unexpected challenges, expecting a particular future hinders success. 

Kappes, Heather Barry, H. Lauren Min, & Adam Alter. Disfluency stimulates positive mental imagery.

 

AWARDS

Stuart Cook Award for Graduate Research in Psychology, New York University (2011)

Friends of Katzell Summer Research Fellowship, New York University (2011)

Judgment and Decision-Making pre-conference to the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Poster Travel Award (2011)

Student Travel Grant, New York University (2008, 2009, 2011)

Engberg Fellowship, New York University (2007)

MacCracken Award for Graduate Study, New York University (2006-2011)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Academy of Management (AOM)

Association for Consumer Research (ACR)

Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
 

TEACHING

Quantitative Analysis in Management, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012

Social Psychology of Power, New York University, 2012

Psychology, New York College Experience, Barnard University, 2011

Lab in Personality and Social Psychology, New York University, 2011

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Teaching Certificate II program, New York University, 2010-11

Introduction to Psychology, New York University, 2010

Research Methods, University of Hamburg, 2009

PRESENTATIONS – TALKS

Kappes, Heather Barry, & Adam Alter. (2011, October). The road to fantasized consumption is paved with visual roadblocks. Talk given at Association for Consumer Research conference. St. Louis, MO.

 Barry, Heather, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2011, January). Positive fantasies about idealized futures sap energy. Talk given at Society for Personality & Social Psychology conference. Austin, TX.

Barry, Heather. (2010, November). The effects and emergence of positive future fantasies. Talk given at New York University Social Psychology Brown Bag, New York, NY.

Barry, Heather. (2009, November). Positive fantasies and preference for relevant information. Talk given at New York University Social Psychology Brown Bag, New York, NY.

Barry, Heather, & Tom Tyler. (2009, May). Rewarding the fair and repairing the unfair: Both group procedural justice and injustice may motivate group-serving behavior. Talk given at the 13th annual conference on Research on Managing Groups and Teams. Ithaca, NY.

Barry, Heather, & Tom Tyler. (2009, February). The other side of injustice: When unfair procedures increase group-serving behavior. Talk given at the Justice & Morality pre-conference to the Society for Personality & Social Psychology conference. Tampa, FL.

Barry, Heather. (2008, December). The rosy glow? Positive future fantasies and self-satisfaction. Talk given at New York University Social Psychology Brown Bag, New York, NY.

Shrout, Patrick E., Sean Lane, Heather Barry, Gertraud Stadler, & Christine Paprocki. (2008, July). Costs of daily support transactions: How long do they last? Talk given at International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

Barry, Heather. (2008, July). Positive fantasies and blind persistence. Talk given at Universität Hamburg Colloquium for Motivation Research.

Barry, Heather. (2008, February). Implicit responses to procedural justice. Talk given at 4-College Conference, Yale University.

Barry, Heather. (2008, February). Implicit versus explicit responses to procedural justice. Talk given at New York University Social Psychology Brown Bag, New York, NY

Barry, Heather. (2007, August). Future-directed thought: Causes, correlates, & consequences. Presentation at Summer School on Self-Regulation, Konstanz, Germany. Organized by the University of Konstanz, Research Group “Limits of Intentionality”.

Barry, Heather. (2007, March). Positive fantasies: Enduring vs. excelling. Talk given at New York University Social Psychology Brown Bag, New York, NY.

PRESENTATIONS – POSTERS

Kappes, Heather Barry, & Tom R. Tyler. (2011, January). When who you are pays off more than what you do. Poster presented at Judgment & Decision Making pre-conference to the Society for Personality & Social Psychology conference. Austin, TX.

Barry, Heather, & Adam Alter. (2010, November). Cognitive roadblocks prompt unconstrained positive fantasies. Poster presented at Society for Judgment & Decision Making conference. St. Louis, MO.

Barry, Heather, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2009, February). Idealizing future outcomes or processes broadens focus of attention. Poster presented at Society for Personality & Social Psychology conference. Tampa, FL.

Barry, Heather, Doris Mayer, & Gabriele Oettingen. (2008, February). Positive fantasies: Enduring vs. excelling. Poster presented at Society for Personality & Social Psychology conference. Albuquerque, NM.