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Leadership Style, Hierarchical Influence, and Supervisory Role Obligations
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 9(4)
Author(s): L. Wesley Wager

Abstract: Effectiveness of a supervisory leadership style has been claimed contingent upon the supervisor's potential influence in the hierarchical system. But ...

Power to Reward and Punish in Social Interaction
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 1(4)
Author(s): Donald C. Butler, Norman Miller

Abstract: Two experiments, which controlled rate and content of messages, evaluated the effects of “power to reward” and “power to punish” on the pattern of com...

The Power of Organized Minorities in a Small Group
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 9(2)
Author(s): Glendon Schubert

Abstract: L. S. Shapley and Martin Shubik in an earlier study proposed an index of theoretical power, which they exemplified in a discussion of the probable pow...

Hypothalamic Hyperphagia in the Monkey
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, Vol. 57(2)
Author(s): C.L. Hamilton, John R. Brobeck

Abstract: The behavioral effects of lesions in the region of the ventromedial nuclei of the hypothalamus were studied in 7 monkeys. These Ss along with unoperat...

Alternative Questionnaire Approaches to the Measurement of Influence in Organizations
The American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 69(1)
Author(s): Martin Patchen

Abstract: Employees in a manufacturing company and in a set of auto dealerships were asked to make global judgments about the distribution of influence in their...

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