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Evidence of Non-Corresponsive Causal Relationships Between Personality Traits and Social Power Over Time
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 43(1)
Author(s): Dustin Wood, P. D. Harms

Abstract: Although the effects of personality traits on social environments are regularly thought to mirror the effects of social environments on personality tr...

Narcissistic Reactions to Subordinate Role Assignment The Case of the Narcissistic Follower
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 42(7)
Author(s): Alex J. Benson, Christian H. Jordan, Amy M. Christie

Abstract: Narcissists aspire to be leaders and consequently may react negatively to being assigned a subordinate role, even though such roles may be integral to...

Individual Differences in Ideological Attitudes and Prejudice: Evidence From Peer-Report Data
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 103(2)
Author(s): J. Christopher Cohrs, Nicole Kämpfe-Hargrave, Rainer Riemann

Abstract: Our knowledge on the personality basis of ideological attitudes and prejudice, while based on a substantial body of research, suffers from a potential...

Social Dominance Orientation: Testing a Global Individual Difference Perspective
Political Psychology, Vol. 31(2)
Author(s): Chris G. Sibley, James H. Liu

Abstract: There has been considerable debate regarding whether Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) constitutes a global individual difference that predicts preju...

Why Do Dominant Personalities Attain Influence in Face-To-Face Groups? The Competence-Signaling Effects of Trait Dominance
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 96(2)
Author(s): Cameron Anderson, Gavin J. Kilduff

Abstract: Individuals high in the personality trait dominance consistently attain high levels of influence in groups. Why they do is unclear, however, because m...

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