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Ambivalence as a moderator of the effects of disability acknowledgement and task performance on the evaluation and treatment of the disabled
Subjects performed a team task with a confederate who either was disabled and acknowledged her disability, was disabled and did not acknowledge her disability, or was not disabled. In addition, the confederate performed ...
What is it about unique ideas? The effects of utility and social norming on the exchange of unique information
Little is known about how groups use their most precious commodity: information held by group members. In particular, until the recent work of Stasser and his colleagues, almost nothing was known about how groups differentially ...
Gender and the internalization of group feedback: The moderating effects of task type, collectivism, and perceived contribution
The purpose of the present study was to examine the extent to which men and women in a group internalize group feedback, and what mechanisms might underlie this internalization. Task/gender congruence, perceived contribution, ...
"But it doesn't mean anything, it's just a cartoon": Cartoons as primes for stereotypes of women in the workplace
This study looked at the influence of cartoons as primes for stereotypes about women in the workplace. Three sets of cartoons (neutral animal, non-agentic women, and feminists) were used and subjects were exposed to just ...