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The functions and dysfunctions of hierarchy
Research in Organizational Behavior, Vol. 30
Author(s): Cameron Anderson, Courtney E. Brown

Abstract: Functionalist accounts of hierarchy, longstanding in the social sciences, have gained recent prominence in studies of leadership, power, and status. T...

When Failing Feels Good—Relative Prototypicality for a High-status Group Can Counteract Ego-threat After Individual Failure
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 45(4)
Author(s): Marc-André Reinhard, Dagmar Stahlberg, Matthias Messner

Abstract: Two studies demonstrate that members of high-status groups (i.e., men and students of business administration) but not members of low-status groups (i...

Testosterone–Status Mismatch Lowers Collective Efficacy in Groups: Evidence from a Slope-as-Predictor Multilevel Structural Equation Model
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Vol. 110(2)
Author(s): Michael J. Zyphur, Jayanth Narayanan, Gerald Koh, David Koh

Abstract: The study of the biological underpinnings of behavior is in its nascent stages in the field of management. We study how the hormone testosterone (T) i...

Failure as an Asset for High-Status Persons – Relative Group Performance and Attributed Occupational Success
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 44(3), pg. 501-518
Author(s): Marc-André Reinhard, Dagmar Stahlberg, Matthias Messner

Abstract: According to research on social identity theory and on prescriptive norms and stereotypes people are viewed as prototypical of a group to the extent t...

Owning the Code: Status Closure in Distributed Groups
Organization Science, Vol. 17(4)
Author(s): Anca Metiu

Abstract: An ethnographic study of a team of software developers working on a new product across two groups—located on the West Coast of the United States and i...

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