Anne-Kathrin Schock
University of Salzburg
TeamworkReplication (statistics)Agency (sociology)Asynchronous communicationPsychologyDigit ratioPredictive validityRole congruity theoryField (Bourdieu)Video interviewGeneticsApplied psychologySocial psychology
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Abstract Which characteristics predict leadership emergence in women after they work on group tasks in all-women groups? Role congruity theory suggests that women need to temper their agency with communion in order to emerge as leaders. We investigated how ascriptions of agentic and communal characteristics were related to leadership emergence by analyzing data collected from women's leadership contests in 2 consecutive years. Participants worked in groups on assessment-center-like tasks (Study ...
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