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作者:Alexandra Fleischmann , Joris Lammers
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.23-27Elsevier
摘要:This review synthesizes research on how feelings of power affect the processing of moral information. Although power is typically viewed as a potentially corruptive force that reduces our morality, we propose that power amplifies moral thinking — but does so in different way...
作者:Marius van Dijke
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.6-11Elsevier
摘要:Social collectives often grant power to leaders so they can facilitate collective performance. At present, there is no comprehensive overview of how power influences the effectiveness of different influence mechanisms leaders use to achieve this goal. To help develop such an...
作者:Connor Hasty , Jon K Maner
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.1-5Elsevier
摘要:Power (reflecting control over resources and the capacity to influence others through reward and punishment) and status (reflecting the capacity to influence others through respect and admiration) both represent central aspects of social hierarchy and both exert important influen...
作者:Zachary Witkower , Eric J Mercadante , Jessica L Tracy
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.18-22Elsevier
摘要:All human societies are organized hierarchically, and individuals who occupy positions of high social rank typically acquire fitness advantages over lower ranking group members. Here, we argue that certain emotions function, at least in part, to help individuals successfully...
作者:Annika Scholl
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.28-32Elsevier
摘要:Being in power means that one’s actions impact others' situation. Accordingly, power can be seen as opportunity to ‘make things happen’, which often leads to selfish behavior among the powerful. Yet, power-holders at times also assume responsibility towards others, trea...
作者:Kristin Laurin , Holly R Engstrom
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.105-109Elsevier
摘要:Why are some people poor, and why does poverty persist? One popular explanation blames society for blocking the advancement of lower socioeconomic status (SES) individuals. A second accuses the poor of being lazy. Here, we argue that both perspectives are missing a critical point...
作者:Brian E Pike , Adam D Galinsky
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.91-94Elsevier
摘要:Why does power lead to action? Theories of power suggest it leads to action because it presses the psychological gas pedal. A review of two decades of research finds, instead, that power releases the psychological brakes on action. Power releases the psychological brakes on actio...
作者:Nour S Kteily , Kaylene J McClanahan
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.80-85Elsevier
摘要:Human societies are organized into group-based hierarchies, with some groups enjoying the privileges of being on top and others struggling at the bottom. The position groups occupy in the hierarchy fundamentally shape their psychology, influencing their perception of and orientat...
作者:Yidan Yin , Pamela K Smith
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.95-99Elsevier
摘要:Because powerful people’s thinking is impactful, it is critical to understand how power affects cognition. We detail how recent empirical findings reveal that power often improves cognitive functioning. First, power increases controlled processing, in particular intentionali...
作者:Eric van Dijk , Carsten KW De Dreu , Jörg Gross
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.100-104Elsevier
摘要:Economic games offer an analytic tool to examine strategic decision-making in social interactions. Here we identify four sources of power that can be captured and studied with economic games – asymmetric dependence, the possibility to reduce dependence, the ability to punish...

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