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Hal Movius is President of Movius Consulting, lecturer at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, and research collaborator at ethicalsystems.org. His research has focused on emotional regulation, personality, conflict, negotiation, leadership, self-confidence, and the effectiveness of training. His most recent book is Resolve: Negotiating Life's Conflicts with Greater Confidence.
October 2012 - present
Movius Consulting Inc.
Recent experimental research suggests that humans are prone to systematic errors when determining how they currently feel, imagining how they will feel about future events, remembering how they have felt about past events, and understanding the preferences that underlie their decisions. In this article, we briefly review three basic assumptions tha...
In the last twenty-five years negotiation has become widely recognized both as a topic of serious research and as an essential, frequently used set of skills. Organizations currently spend tens of billions of dollars annually on training, and mounting evidence suggests that training in interpersonal and problem-solving domains typically has a signi...
An increasing number of Western firms are negotiating agreements with business partners in Asia and must achieve business-critical results while building and protecting relationships. In this article, we review the literature regarding negotiation norms and approaches in Japan, China, and Korea. Drawing on structured interviews with experienced bus...
Cardiac Vagal Tone has been proposed as a stable biological marker for the ability to sustain attention and regulate emotion [Porges, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 59 (1994) 167-186]. Vagal tone is a physiological index of parasympathetic nervous system influence on the heart that has predicted a number of emotional be...
Assessment of amnesia in Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) typically relies on self-report, the veracity of which cannot often be independently verified. Memory in DID was therefore assessed using an objective method that involved event-related potentials (ERPs) as well as indirect behavioral measures of memory, and that provided statistically s...