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Hormonal Modification of Social Behavior. IV. The Mechanism of Estrogen-Induced Dominance in Chimpanzees
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, Vol. 43(3)
Author(s): Herbert G. Birch, George Clark

Abstract: Two castrate female chimpanzees, one of whom showed unmistakable dominance over the other, were separately administered estrogen and progesterone. The...

Social Hierarchy: The Self-Reinforcing Nature of Power and Status
Author(s): Joe Magee, Adam Galinsky

Abstract: Hierarchy is such a defining and pervasive feature of organizations that its forms and basic functions are often taken for granted in organizational r...

"If you need help, just ask": Underestimating compliance with direct requests for help
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Author(s): Francis Flynn, Vanessa Lake

Abstract: A series of studies tested whether people underestimate the likelihood that others will comply with their direct requests for help. In the first three...

Social Dominance Orientation: Cause or ‘Mere Effect’? Evidence for SDO as a Causal Predictor of Prejudice and Discrimination Against Ethnic and Racial Outgroups
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Article in Press
Author(s): Nour Kteily, Jim Sidanius, Shana Levin

Abstract: The question of whether SDO is a cause or mere effect of intergroup attitudes and behaviors has been the subject of heated debate. Much of the researc...

Demonstrating Knowledge: The Effects of Group Status on Outgroup Helping
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Article in Press
Author(s): Esther van Leeuwen, Susanne Täuber

Abstract: We examined, in two experiments, the notion that members of low status groups, more than members of high status groups, use outgroup helping as a stra...

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