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Social Representations: A Normative and Dynamic Intergroup Approach
Political Psychology, Vol. 32(5)
Author(s): Christian Staerklé, Alain Clémence, Dario Spini

Abstract: This commentary outlines an approach to social representations which emphasizes the normative and dynamic nature of shared knowledge. Social represent...

A Formal Theory of Reflected Appraisals in the Evolution of Power
Administrative Science Quarterly, vol. 56(4)
Author(s): Noah E. Friedkin

Abstract: This article investigates the evolution of power with a formal theory that focuses on the influence network through which control of a group’s outcome...

Set up for a Fall: The Insidious Effects of Flattery and Opinion Conformity toward Corporate Leaders
Administrative Science Quarterly, vol. 56(2)
Author(s): Sun Hyun Park, James D. Westphal, Ithai Stern

Abstract: This study considers the potentially negative consequences for corporate leaders of being subjected to high levels of ingratiation in the form of flat...

Social Influence and Perceived Organizational Support: A Social Networks Analysis
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Vol. 111(2)
Author(s): Thomas J. Zagenczyk, Kristin D. Scott, Ray Gibney, Audrey J. Murrell, Jason Bennett Thatcher

Abstract: We suggest that employees’ perceptions of organizational support (POS) are not solely a product of independent evaluations of treatment offered by the...

Regulatory Accessibility and Social Influences on State Self-Control
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 36(2)
Author(s): Michelle R. van Dellen, Rick H. Hoyle

Abstract: The current work examined how social factors influence self-control. Current conceptions of state self-control treat it largely as a function of regul...

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