Stephanie Goodwin
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Power can bias impression processes: Stereotyping subordinates by default and by design
SA Goodwin, A Gubin, ST Fiske, VY Yzerbyt
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 3 (3), 227-256, 2000
Gender differences in automatic in-group bias: Why do women like women more than men like men?
LA Rudman, SA Goodwin
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (4), 494, 2004
The confronting prejudiced responses (CPR) model: Applying CPR in organizations
L Ashburn-Nardo, KA Morris, SA Goodwin
Academy of Management Learning & Education 7 (3), 332-342, 2008
Situational power and interpersonal dominance facilitate bias and inequality
SA Goodwin, D Operario, ST Fiske
Journal of Social Issues 54 (4), 677-698, 1998
Dynamic stereotypes of power: Perceived change and stability in gender hierarchies
AB Diekman, W Goodfriend, S Goodwin
Sex Roles 50 (3), 201-215, 2004
The psychological sting of stigma: The costs of attributing ostracism to racism
SA Goodwin, KD Williams, AR Carter-Sowell
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (4), 612-618, 2010
Do you say something when it's your boss? The role of perpetrator power in prejudice confrontation
L Ashburn‐Nardo, JC Blanchar, J Petersson, KA Morris, SA Goodwin
Journal of Social Issues 70 (4), 615-636, 2014
The eye of the beholder: Romantic goals and impression biases
SA Goodwin, ST Fiske, LD Rosen, AM Rosenthal
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 (3), 232-241, 2002
Power and gender: The double-edged sword of ambivalence.
SA Goodwin, ST Fiske
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2001
Introduction: Social cognition research and small group research, a West Side Story or...?
ST Fiske, SA Goodwin
Small Group Research 25 (2), 147-171, 1994
The Pandemic as a Portal: Reimagining Psychological Science as Truly Open and Inclusive
A Ledgerwood, STJ Hudson, N Lewis Jr, K Maddox, C Pickett, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Power is everywhere: Social control and personal control both operate at stereotype activation, interpretation, and response
D Operario, SA Goodwin, ST Fiske
Advances in social cognition 11, 163-176, 1998
11 Power and Prejudice: A Social–Cognitive Perspective on Power and Leadership
Leadership and power: Identity processes in groups and organizations, 138, 2003
Impression formation in asymmetrical power relationships:: does power corrupt absolutely?
SA Goodwin
Who is responsible for confronting prejudice? The role of perceived and conferred authority
L Ashburn-Nardo, A Lindsey, KA Morris, SA Goodwin
Journal of Business and Psychology 35 (6), 799-811, 2020
Judge not, lest...: The ethics of power holders' decision making and standards for social judgment
SA Goodwin, ST Fiske
Codes of conduct: Behavioral research into business ethics, 117-142, 1996
Warmth Trumps Competence in Evaluations of Both Ingroup and Outgroup
T Hack, SA Goodwin, ST Fiske
International journal of science, commerce and humanities 1 (6), 99, 2013
Chronic illness and the academic career
SA Goodwin, S Morgan
Academe 98 (3), 33-38, 2012
8: Fiske, ST (1998)
SA Goodwin, D Operario
Situational power and interper-sonal dominance facilitate bias andá…, 0
The Confronting Prejudiced Responses (CPR) Model:" CPR" for Hispanic Professionals.
L Ashburn-Nardo, KA Morris, SA Goodwin
Business Journal of Hispanic Research 2 (3), 2008
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