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Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Research in Psychology: Objectives and Ideals Chapter 3: Research Methods Chapter 4: Experimental Design Chapter 5: Survey Design Chapter 6: Descriptive StatisticsExpand
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Self and Collective: Cognition and Social Context
The relationship between the self and the collective is discussed from the perspective of self-categorization theory. Self-categorization theory makes a basic distinction between personal and socialExpand
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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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Stereotyping and Social Reality
Authors. Preface and Acknowledgements. Prologue. 1. Introduction: The Social Psychology of Stereotyping. 2. Early Approaches to Stereotypes and Prejudice. 3. Stereotyping as Information ProcessingExpand
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Social Identity, Health and Well-Being: An Emerging Agenda for Applied Psychology
The social environment comprising communities, families, neighbourhoods, work teams, and various other forms of social group is not simply an external feature of the world that provides a context forExpand
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Taking the strain: social identity, social support, and the experience of stress.
The social identity/self-categorization model of stress suggests that social identity can play a role in protecting group members from adverse reactions to strain because it provides a basis forExpand
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Social Identity, Organizational Identity and Corporate Identity: Towards an Integrated Understanding of Processes, Patternings and Products
This paper provides an overview of previous work that has explored issues of social, organizational and corporate identity. Differences in the form and focus of research into these three topics areExpand
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It is now 25 years since the publication of Tajfel and Turner’s (1979) seminal statement on social identity theory and 15 years since Ashforth and Mael (1989) published their classic Academy ofExpand
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Think crisis-think female: the glass cliff and contextual variation in the think manager-think male stereotype.
The "think manager-think male" (TMTM) association underlies many gender inequalities in the workplace. However, research into the "glass cliff" has demonstrated that the suitability of male andExpand
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Social Identity, Self-categorization, and Work Motivation: Rethinking the Contribution of the Group to Positive and Sustainable Organisational Outcomes
Traditional needs theories centre around hierarchies ranging from "lower-level" needs for security, existence, or hygiene through to "higher-level" needs for self-actualisation, achievement, andExpand
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