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How Power Affects People: Activating, Wanting, and Goal Seeking
Annual Review of Psychology, Vol. 68 (1)
Author(s): Ana Guinote,

Abstract: Sociocognitive research has demonstrated that power affects how people feel, think, and act. In this article, I review literature from social psycholo...

Speaking Truth to Power: The Effect of Candid Feedback on How Individuals With Power Allocate Resources
Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol.100(2)
Author(s): Burak Oc, Michael R. Bashshur, Celia Moore

Abstract: Subordinates are often seen as impotent, able to react to but not affect how powerholders treat them. Instead, we conceptualize subordinate feedback a...

Flipping the Switch: Power, Social Dominance, and Expectancies of Mental Energy Change
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 41(3)
Author(s): Patrick M. Egan, Edward R. Hirt

Abstract: Research suggests that high levels of interpersonal power can promote enhanced executive functioning capabilities. The present work explored whether t...

Feeling Depleted and Powerless: The Construal-Level Mechanism
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 41(4)
Author(s): Junha Kim, Sujin Lee, Tuvana Rua

Abstract: Individuals exercise self-control daily to achieve desired goals; at the same time, people engage in social interaction daily and influence (feel powe...

How Leaders Self-Regulate Their Task Performance: Evidence That Power Promotes Diligence, Depletion, and Disdain
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 100(1)
Author(s): Nathan C. DeWall, Roy F. Baumeister, Nicole L. Mead, Kathleen D. Vohs

Abstract: When leaders perform solitary tasks, do they self-regulate to maximize their effort, or do they reduce effort and conserve their resources? Our model ...

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