Taylor H. Cox

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This study examined the hypothesis that differences in the cultural norms of Anglo-Americans and three other ethnic groups—Asian, Hispanic, and Black Americans—will result in different behaviors on a group task. Student subjects were assigned to ethnically diverse or allAnglo groups. Individual and group responses were measured using a Prisoner's Dilemma(More)
In this article, hypotheses concerned with how race, gender, and mentoring experiences account for compensation outcomes among master of business administration (MBA) program graduates are considered. African-American and Hispanic MBAs were less likely than their White counterparts to establish mentoring relationships with White men. Women with MBAs were(More)
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