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Michael J. Platow
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The new psychology of leadership: Identity, influence and power
SA Haslam, SD Reicher, MJ Platow
Psychology Press, 2011
2217*2011
Retributive and restorative justice.
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto, NT Feather, MJ Platow
Law and human behavior 32 (5), 375, 2008
6992008
Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model
NK Steffens, SA Haslam, SD Reicher, MJ Platow, K Fransen, J Yang, ...
The leadership quarterly 25 (5), 1001-1024, 2014
5072014
The link between leadership and followership: How affirming social identity translates vision into action
SA Haslam, MJ Platow
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (11), 1469-1479, 2001
4962001
A social identity analysis of leadership endorsement: The effects of leader ingroup prototypicality and distributive intergroup fairness
MJ Platow, D Van Knippenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (11), 1508-1519, 2001
4942001
Group-based trust in strangers: The role of stereotypes and expectations
M Foddy, MJ Platow, T Yamagishi
Psychological Science 20 (4), 419-422, 2009
4602009
Unity through diversity: Value-in-diversity beliefs, work group diversity, and group identification.
D Van Knippenberg, SA Haslam, MJ Platow
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 11 (3), 207, 2007
3902007
Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice
SA Haslam, D van Knippenberg, MJ Platow, N Ellemers
Psychology Press, 2003
352*2003
A special gift we bestow on you for being representative of us: Considering leader charisma from a self‐categorization perspective
MJ Platow, D Van Knippenberg, SA Haslam, B Van Knippenberg, ...
British Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 303-320, 2006
2212006
Social identity and the romance of leadership: The importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’
SA Haslam, MJ Platow, JC Turner, KJ Reynolds, C McGarty, PJ Oakes, ...
Group processes & intergroup relations 4 (3), 191-205, 2001
2082001
The contribution of sport fan social identity to the production of prosocial behavior.
MJ Platow, M Durante, N Williams, M Garrett, J Walshe, S Cincotta, ...
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 3 (2), 161, 1999
1951999
Predicting intergroup fairness and ingroup bias in the minimal group paradigm
MJ Platow, CG McClintock, WBG Liebrand
European Journal of Social Psychology 20 (3), 221-239, 1990
1951990
Asia has the global advantage: Race and visual attention
E McKone, AA Davies, D Fernando, R Aalders, H Leung, ...
Vision research 50 (16), 1540-1549, 2010
1852010
Beliefs about emotion: Implications for avoidance-based emotion regulation and psychological health
K De Castella, MJ Platow, M Tamir, JJ Gross
Cognition and Emotion 32 (4), 773-795, 2018
1842018
“It’s not funny if 'they’re' laughing”: Self-categorization, social influence, and responses to canned laughter
MJ Platow, SA Haslam, A Both, I Chew, M Cuddon, N Goharpey, J Maurer, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (5), 542-550, 2005
1842005
Endorsement of distributively fair and unfair leaders in interpersonal and intergroup situations
MJ Platow, S Hoar, S Reid, K Harley, D Morrison
European Journal of Social Psychology 27 (4), 465-494, 1997
1731997
Advancing the social identity theory of leadership: A meta-analytic review of leader group prototypicality
NK Steffens, KA Munt, D van Knippenberg, MJ Platow, SA Haslam
Organizational Psychology Review 11 (1), 35-72, 2021
1712021
Your Wish Is Our Command: The role of shared social identity in translating a leader’s vision into followers’ action
SA Haslam, MJ Platow
Social identity processes in organizational contexts, 213-228, 2001
160*2001
Self-categorization, status, and social influence
JA Oldmeadow, MJ Platow, M Foddy, D Anderson
Social Psychology Quarterly, 138-152, 2003
1512003
PhD experience and subsequent outcomes: A look at self-perceptions of acquired graduate attributes and supervisor support
MJ Platow
Studies in Higher Education 37 (1), 103-118, 2012
1502012
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