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Identity fusion: the interplay of personal and social identities in extreme group behavior.
Among fused persons, both the personal and social self may energize and direct group-related behavior, and the 2 forms of identity may combine synergistically, fostering exceptionally high levels of extreme behavior.
Rejected and Excluded Forevermore, but Even More Devoted
It is proposed here that individual differences in identity fusion (an index of familial orientation toward the group) would moderate the tendency for people to display such compensatory activity.
Identity fusion and self-sacrifice: arousal as a catalyst of pro-group fighting, dying, and helping behavior.
It is proposed that increasing the agency of fused persons by elevating autonomic arousal would amplify their tendency to endorse and actually enact pro-ingroup behavior.
Relations and Effects of Transformational Leadership: A Comparative Analysis with Traditional Leadership Styles
Results show high correlations between transformational leadership, relations-oriented, democratic, and task-oriented leadership.
Gender Differences in Leadership Styles as a Function of Leader and Subordinates' Sex and Type of Organization
The main purpose of this study is to investigate gender differences in leadership styles and in organizational outcome variables, together with the influence of organizational/contextual variables on
Influence of the social context on use of surgical-lengthening and group-empowering coping strategies among people with dwarfism.
Both strategies, each in its own context, are effective at protecting psychological well-being from the negative consequences of stigmatization; however, they exert their positive effects through different processes.
Women's Access to Managerial Positions: An Experimental Study of Leadership Styles and Gender
This study attempts to test one of the explanations of the scarce representation of women in managerial positions, specifically the one advanced by “role congruity theory of prejudice toward female
Social Identity: International Perspectives
PART ONE: REPRESENTATIONS OF SELF AND GROUP Regarding the Relationship between Social Identity and Personal Identity - Jean-Claude Deschamps and Thierry Devos Social Representations in Personal
Evolution of Gender Stereotypes in Spain: Traits and Roles
The content of gender stereotypes was found to remain stable over the target period of time, confirming the classical typology (a higher assignment of expressive-communal traits to women and of instrumental-agentic traits to men) and the relation between gender traits and roles and its stability over time was examined.