Eric M. Anicich
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The path to glory is paved with hierarchy: When hierarchical differentiation increases group effectiveness
R Ronay, K Greenaway, EM Anicich, AD Galinsky
Psychological science 23 (6), 669-677, 2012
1822012
The reappropriation of stigmatizing labels: The reciprocal relationship between power and self-labeling
AD Galinsky, CS Wang, JA Whitson, EM Anicich, K Hugenberg, ...
Psychological science 24 (10), 2020-2029, 2013
1352013
When the bases of social hierarchy collide: Power without status drives interpersonal conflict
EM Anicich, NJ Fast, N Halevy, AD Galinsky
Organization Science 27 (1), 123-140, 2016
1132016
The too-much-talent effect: Team interdependence determines when more talent is too much or not enough
RI Swaab, M Schaerer, EM Anicich, R Ronay, AD Galinsky
Psychological Science 25 (8), 1581-1591, 2014
1002014
Hierarchical cultural values predict success and mortality in high-stakes teams
EM Anicich, RI Swaab, AD Galinsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (5), 1338-1343, 2015
912015
The psychology of middle power: Vertical code-switching, role conflict, and behavioral inhibition
EM Anicich, JB Hirsh
Academy of Management Review 42 (4), 659-682, 2017
592017
Why Being a Middle Manager Is So Exhausting
EM Anicich, JB Hirsh
Harvard Business Review Blog Network, 2017
202017
Challenge your stigma: How to reframe and revalue negative stereotypes and slurs
CS Wang, JA Whitson, EM Anicich, LJ Kray, AD Galinsky
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (1), 75-80, 2017
192017
Navigating stigma and group conflict: Group identification as a cause and consequence of self‐labeling
J Whitson, EM Anicich, CS Wang, AD Galinsky
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 10 (2), 88-106, 2017
82017
What lies within: Superscripting references to reveal research trends
EM Anicich
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (6), 682-691, 2014
62014
The psychological experience of middle-power in social hierarchies: A theoretical and empirical investigation
E Anicich
Columbia University, 2016
32016
Getting back to the “new normal”: Autonomy restoration during a global pandemic.
EM Anicich, TA Foulk, MR Osborne, J Gale, M Schaerer
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2020
12020
The Costs of Co-Leadership in Fashion Houses, Mountaineering Teams, Qualitative Reports, and the Lab
E Anicich, FC Godart, RI Swaab, A Galinsky
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11655, 2017
12017
Middle-Power Inhibition: Uncertainty and Adherence to Organizational Norms
E Anicich, J Hirsh
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 11685, 2016
12016
When hierarchy conquers and when it kills: The benefits and costs of hierarchical cultural values
E Anicich, R Swaab, AD Galinsky
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 12794, 2014
12014
A fluctuating sense of power is associated with reduced well-being
EM Anicich, M Schaerer, J Gale, TA Foulk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2021
2021
Compensatory conspicuous communication: Low status increases jargon use
ZC Brown, EM Anicich, AD Galinsky
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 274-290, 2020
2020
Restore Your Sense of Control — Despite the Pandemic
EM Anicich, TA Foulk, MR Osborne, J Gale, M Schaerer
Harvard Business Review Blog Network, 2020
2020
Local Racial Diversity, Intergroup Contact, and Exclusionary Organizational Preferences Among Whites
E Anicich, M Osborne
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13969, 2020
2020
The Dynamics of Social Hierarchy in Teams and Organizations
E Anicich, LL Greer, H Kakkar, N Pettit, S Yu
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 12141, 2018
2018
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