Carnegie Mellon University

Fade Eadeh

Fade Eadeh

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Organizational Behavior and Theory

5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Dr. Fade Eadeh is a post-doctoral fellow at the Tepper School of Business at CMU. His work focuses on the consequences of threat and emotion within social psychology and organizational behavior, and how different psychological processes contribute to taking advice from synthetic and human agents. He received a Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Washington University. He has published extensively in top social psychology journals, including the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Social Psychological and Personality Science, and Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. Moreover, his work has been mentioned in popular press outlets, including The New York Times, Quartz Magazine, The Huffington Post, and Yahoo.



  • Washington University - Ph D (Psychological and Brain Sciences) - 2017
  • John Carroll University - BA (Political Science) - 2008
  • John Carroll University - BS (Psychology) - 2008



Motivation, Goals, Human-computer interactions, Emotions, Threat, Workplace Attitudes, Politics


Awards and Honors

  • MZES-Gesis Pre-Registration Challenge, Open Social Science Conference Winner (€ 2,000) (2019)

  • Washington University Departmental Dissertation Award ($1,000)      

  • SPSP Graduate Diversity Travel Award ($500) (2015)           

  • Washington University Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence (2014)