|University||Brigham Young University|
Katie Liljenquist is an assistant professor of organizational leadership and strategy at the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University.. Professor Liljenquist studies the psychology of decision-making in the domains of ethics, power, impression management and counterfactual thinking. Her research on the "Macbeth Effect" (physical cleansing as a surrogate for moral cleansing) was published in Science Magazine and recognized by the New York Times' annual "Year in Ideas" magazine as one of the most innovative ideas of 2006. She has also authored multiple articles on dispute resolution strategies in Negotiation, a publication of the Harvard Business School.