Joe C. Magee, Ph.D.

2004 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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Deborah H. Gruenfeld grad student 2004 Stanford
 (From action to power: The use of action-orientation in inferences of power.)
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Rothman NB, Magee JC. (2015) Affective expressions in groups and inferences about members' relational well-being: The effects of socially engaging and disengaging emotions. Cognition & Emotion. 1-17
Waytz A, Chou EY, Magee JC, et al. (2015) Not so lonely at the top: The relationship between power and loneliness Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 130: 69-78
Smith PK, Magee JC. (2015) The interpersonal nature of power and status Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 3: 152-156
West TV, Magee JC, Gordon SH, et al. (2014) A little similarity goes a long way: the effects of peripheral but self-revealing similarities on improving and sustaining interracial relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 81-100
Mason M, Magee JC, Fiske ST. (2014) Neural substrates of social status inference: roles of medial prefrontal cortex and superior temporal sulcus. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 1131-40
Galinsky AD, Magee JC, Rus D, et al. (2014) Acceleration With Steering: The Synergistic Benefits of Combining Power and Perspective-Taking Social Psychological and Personality Science. 5: 627-635
Magee JC, Frasier CW. (2014) Status and power: The principal inputs to influence for public managers Public Administration Review. 74: 307-317
Magee JC, Smith PK. (2013) The social distance theory of power. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 17: 158-86
Whitson JA, Liljenquist KA, Galinsky AD, et al. (2012) The blind leading: Power reduces awareness of constraints Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
West TV, Heilman ME, Gullett L, et al. (2012) Building blocks of bias: Gender composition predicts male and female group members' evaluations of each other and the group Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 1209-1212
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