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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
5852000
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
5752004
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
2992008
Situational power and interpersonal dominance facilitate bias and inequality
SA Goodwin, D Operario, ST Fiske
Journal of Social Issues 54 (4), 677-698, 1998
2351998
Dynamic stereotypes of power: Perceived change and stability in gender hierarchies
AB Diekman, W Goodfriend, S Goodwin
Sex Roles 50 (3), 201-215, 2004
2172004
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
1632010
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
1052014
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
1002002
Power and gender: The double-edged sword of ambivalence.
SA Goodwin, ST Fiske
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2001
992001
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
651994
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
442021
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
30*1998
11 Power and Prejudice: A Social–Cognitive Perspective on Power and Leadership
SA GOODWIN
Leadership and power: Identity processes in groups and organizations, 138, 2003
272003
Impression formation in asymmetrical power relationships:: does power corrupt absolutely?
SA Goodwin
241993
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
202020
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
201996
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
162013
Chronic illness and the academic career
SA Goodwin, S Morgan
Academe 98 (3), 33-38, 2012
152012
8: Fiske, ST (1998)
SA Goodwin, D Operario
Situational power and interper-sonal dominance facilitate bias andá…, 0
6*
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
22008
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