Attitude Similarity and Stereotypicality in Leader Evaluation

@article{MontesBerges2009AttitudeSA,
  title={Attitude Similarity and Stereotypicality in Leader Evaluation},
  author={Beatriz Montes-Berges and Miguel Moya},
  journal={The Spanish journal of psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={12},
  pages={258 - 266}
}
Stereotypicality and attitudinal similarity are variables broadly studied in the research about leader's acceptance and evaluation. However, the interaction between these variables has not been deeply studied. An experimental research in which we analyze the influence of both variables and their interaction on leaders' evaluation is presented. A3 × 3 (attitudinal similarity [none, moderate, high] × leaders' stereotypicality [none, moderately and very stereotypical]) design was used… 
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