Steven L. Blader, Ph.D.

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2002 New York University, New York, NY, United States 
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Social Psychology
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Tom R. Tyler grad student 2002 NYU
 (Justice is in the eye of the beholder: Motivated reasoning and procedural fairness evaluations.)
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Yu S, Blader SL. (2019) Why Does Social Class Affect Subjective Well-Being? The Role of Status and Power. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219853841
Blader SL, Yu S. (2017) Are Status and Respect Different or Two Sides of the Same Coin? Academy of Management Annals. 11: 800-824
Hays NA, Blader SL. (2016) To Give or Not to Give? Interactive Effects of Status and Legitimacy on Generosity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Blader SL, Shirako A, Chen Y. (2016) Looking Out From the Top: Differential Effects of Status and Power on Perspective Taking. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Li H, Chen Y, Blader SL. (2016) Where is context? Advancing status research with a contextual value perspective Research in Organizational Behavior. 36: 185-198
Blader SL, Rothman NB. (2014) Paving the road to preferential treatment with good intentions: Empathy, accountability and fairness Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 50: 65-81
Blader SL, Chen YR. (2014) What's in a name? Status, power, and other forms of social hierarchy The Psychology of Social Status. 71-95
Blader SL, Chen YR. (2012) Differentiating the effects of status and power: a justice perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 102: 994-1014
Blader SL, Chen YR. (2011) What influences how higher-status people respond to lower-status others? Effects of procedural fairness, outcome favorability, and concerns about status Organization Science. 22: 1040-1060
Blader SL, Tyler TR. (2009) Testing and extending the group engagement model: linkages between social identity, procedural justice, economic outcomes, and extrarole behavior. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 94: 445-64
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