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Research Presentation

for faculty research "fair"
by

Jennifer Overbeck

on 4 September 2011

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Transcript of Research Presentation

Hierarchy in
Organizations Power exaggerates +s and -s Hierarchies are Functional Power might not corrupt It's ubiquitous, and it's basically good Power & Status
Structure Our Social World and the better we understand them, the more effective we can be. better attention,
but more self-centered processing we have biased views of people with power Individuals seek status; Groups confer it 3 Primary Themes: For more info, contact Jen Overbeck, overbeck@marshall.usc.edu
Papers can be downloaded from http://www.marshall.usc.edu/faculty/directory/overbeck
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