Negotiation research you can use: Why screen size matters in negotiation

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Do you sometimes negotiate on your smartphone? Before tapping out your next offer, you might want to switch to a video chat on your laptop, the results of a new study led by Rutgers Business School professor Terri R. Kurtzberg suggest.

In one experiment, the researchers paired up 376 undergraduate business students and had them take

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