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Georgina Randsley de Moura
Georgina Randsley de Moura
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Identification as an organizational anchor: How identification and job satisfaction combine to predict turnover intention
GR De Moura, D Abrams, C Retter, S Gunnarsdottir, K Ando
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (4), 540-557, 2009
2722009
Innovation credit: When can leaders oppose their group's norms?
D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura, JM Marques, P Hutchison
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (3), 662, 2008
2112008
Randsley de Moura, G., Marques, JM, & Hutchison, P.(2008). Innovation credit: When can leaders oppose their group’s norms
D Abrams
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (3), 662-678, 0
211*
Donating to disaster victims: Responses to natural and humanly caused events
H Zagefka, M Noor, R Brown, GR de Moura, T Hopthrow
European journal of social psychology 41 (3), 353-363, 2011
1812011
A double standard when group members behave badly: Transgression credit to ingroup leaders.
D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura, GA Travaglino
Journal of personality and social psychology 105 (5), 799, 2013
1342013
Organizational identification: Psychological anchorage and turnover
D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura
Social identity processes in organizational contexts, 131-148, 2001
1002001
A Moment of Mindfulness: Computer-Mediated Mindfulness Practice Increases State Mindfulness
L Mahmood, T Hopthrow, GR de Moura
PLOS ONE 11 (4), e0153923, 2016
872016
Contesting gender stereotypes stimulates generalized fairness in the selection of leaders
C Leicht, GR de Moura, RJ Crisp
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (5), 1025-1039, 2014
562014
When bad becomes good (and vice versa): Why social exclusion is not based on difference
D Abrams, GR de Moura, P Hutchison, GT Vicki
The social psychology of inclusion and exclusion, 161-189, 2005
462005
Leadership Diversity: Effects of Counterstereotypical Thinking on the Support for Women Leaders under Uncertainty
G Randsley de Moura, C Leicht, AC Leite, RJ Crisp, MA Gocłowska
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 2018
452018
How groups react to disloyalty in the context of intergroup competition: Evaluations of group deserters and defectors
GA Travaglino, D Abrams, GR de Moura, JM Marques, IR Pinto
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 54, 178-187, 2014
432014
Overlooked leadership potential: The preference for leadership potential in job candidates who are men vs. women
A Player, G Randsley de Moura, A Leite, D Abrams, F Tresh
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 755, 2019
412019
Prospects for group processes and intergroup relations research: A review of 70 years' progress
GR de Moura, T Leader, J Pelletier, D Abrams
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 11 (4), 575-596, 2008
412008
Eliciting donations to disaster victims: Psychological considerations
H Zagefka, M Noor, R Brown, T Hopthrow, GR de Moura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 15 (4), 221-230, 2012
402012
Leadership and Social Transformation: The Role of Marginalized Individuals and Groups
DE Rast, MA Hogg, GR de Moura
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 8-19, 2018
382018
The psychology of collective political protest
D Abrams, GR de Moura
The social psychology of politics, 193-214, 2002
372002
Men of honor don't talk: The relationship between masculine honor and social activism against criminal organizations in Italy
GA Travaglino, D Abrams, GR de Moura
Political Psychology 37 (2), 183-199, 2016
362016
Bribery, blackmail, and the double standard for leader transgressions.
G Randsley de Moura, D Abrams
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 17 (1), 43, 2013
352013
The effects of cost, normative support, and issue importance on motivation to persuade in-group deviants.
D Frings, D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura, J Marques
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 14 (1), 80, 2010
342010
Counter-stereotypes and feminism promote leadership aspirations in highly identified women
C Leicht, MA Gocłowska, JA Van Breen, S de Lemus, ...
Frontiers in psychology 8, 883, 2017
332017
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