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The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power
According to John Adair, the most important word in the leader's vocabulary is "we" and the least important word is "I". But if this is true, it raises one important question: why do psychologicalExpand
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Retributive and Restorative Justice
The emergence of restorative justice as an alternative model to Western, court-based criminal justice may have important implications for the psychology of justice. It is proposed that two differentExpand
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Asia has the global advantage: Race and visual attention
In studies of visual attention, and related aspects of cognition, race (continent/s of ancestry) of participants is typically not reported, implying that authors consider this variable irrelevant toExpand
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The Link between Leadership and Followership: How Affirming Social Identity Translates Vision into Action
Two experiments test the hypothesis that support for leaders is enhanced when their decisions affirm a distinct social identity that is shared with followers. In Experiment 1, participants showedExpand
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Modeling of food intake is moderated by salient psychological group membership
The present study demonstrates the utility of a social identity analysis of social influence in predicting eating behavior. In a laboratory experiment, female undergraduate students observed aExpand
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Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model
This work has been supported by a grant (FL110100199) from the Australian Research Council awarded to the second author, a grant from the Research Foundation Flanders awarded to the fifth author,Expand
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Social Identity at Work : Developing Theory for Organizational Practice
Section 1: Introduction. N. Ellemers, S.A. Haslam, M. Platow, D. van Knippenberg, Social Identity at Work: Developments, Debates, Directions. Section 2: Motivation and Performance. D. vanExpand
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Unity Through Diversity: Value-in-Diversity Beliefs, Work Group Diversity, and Group Identification
Research on work group diversity has more or less neglected the possibility that reactions to diversity may be informed by individuals' beliefs about the value of diversity (vs. homogeneity) forExpand
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Comparisons of Australians and Japanese on group‐based cooperation
A cross-societal experiment with 49 Australian and 56 Japanese participantsexamined if the group heuristic account of ingroup-favoring behavior in aPrisoner’s Dilemma game can be extended beyond theExpand
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