Sunita Sah MD PhD is an award-winning professor and organizational psychologist at Cornell University. A physician by training, her research draws insights from psychology, behavioral economics and organizational behavior to study advisor-advisee relationships, conflicts of interest, trust, influence and compliance.
Professor Sah has published dozens of articles in leading psychology, management, medicine, law and economic journals as well as the New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Scientific American, and Harvard Business Review. Her work has also been featured by other major outlets such as The New Yorker, BBC, and NPR.
Sah’s ground-breaking empirical research has uncovered novel findings that affect our reactions to both good and bad advice, recommendations and orders.