Linda Carli

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This review article reveals that men are generally more influential than women, although the gender difference depends on several moderators. Relative to men, women are particularly less influential when using dominant forms of communication , whereas the male advantage in influence is reduced in domains that are traditionally associated with the female(More)
INTRODUCTION Accelerated atherosclerosis is one of the major causes of morbidity in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Endothelial dysfunction (ED) is considered an early marker of atherosclerosis. It is a reversible alteration, thus representing an attractive target for prevention strategies against cardiovascular disease. Studies have shown(More)
Osteoporosis (OP) and fragility fractures (FFx) are a known comorbidity in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). This work aimed at evaluating (1) the prevalence of OP and FFx in a cohort of SLE and (2) the risk factors associated with both OP and FFx. The following data were collected from clinical charts: age, sex, menopausal status (MP), body(More)
OVERVIEW This course considers the experiences of men and women leaders by answering two questions: Why have women now gained more access to powerful leadership positions? Why do men continue to have far more access than women do? To address these questions, the course reviews research from a variety of social science disciplines, including social(More)
  • Linda L Carli, Committee—ivan Steiner, Jerry My-Ers, Ronnie Janoff-Bulman, Naomi Gerstel, Marion Macdonald +4 others
  • 2004
Observed 128 Ss in mixed-and same-sex dyads to examine effect of interaction on sex differences in influence. Ss discussed 2 topics on which they disagreed. During the 2nd discussion, t S in each pair was told to influence the other. Ss showed more agreement and positive social behavior when paired with a woman and more disagreement and task behavior when(More)
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