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Kevin Walter Rockmann George Mason University, USA, George Mason University

Kevin W. Rockmann is professor of management at the George Mason School of
Business. His primary research area is psychological attachment and relationship formation
and as such is particularly interested in theories of identity, social exchange, and
motivation. In addition to doing lab research, he studies distributed, virtual, on-demand,
and other nontraditional work contexts. His research has appeared in Academy of Management
Review, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Annals, Journal
of Applied Psychology, Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Academy of Management
Discoveries, and Academy of Management Proceedings, among other outlets. His
research has also been covered by Time, the New York Times, NPR, Forbes, and the Chicago
Tribune. He designed and has taught MBA and undergraduate negotiation courses for
15 years and in the process has won six separate teaching awards. He currently serves on
the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review,
and Administrative Science Quarterly.