Tyler G. Okimoto
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Why are women penalized for success at male tasks?: the implied communality deficit.
ME Heilman, TG Okimoto
Journal of applied psychology 92 (1), 81, 2007
Retributive and restorative justice.
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto, NT Feather, MJ Platow
Law and human behavior 32 (5), 375, 2008
The price of power: Power seeking and backlash against female politicians
TG Okimoto, VL Brescoll
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (7), 923-936, 2010
Motherhood: a potential source of bias in employment decisions.
ME Heilman, TG Okimoto
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (1), 189, 2008
Cultural intelligence: A theory-based, short form measure
DC Thomas, Y Liao, Z Aycan, JL Cerdin, AA Pekerti, EC Ravlin, GK Stahl, ...
Journal of International Business Studies 46, 1099-1118, 2015
How acts of forgiveness restore a sense of justice: Addressing status/power and value concerns raised by transgressions
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (3), 401-417, 2010
Punitive versus compensatory reactions to injustice: Emotional antecedents to third-party interventions
S Lotz, TG Okimoto, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (2), 477-480, 2011
The “bad parent” assumption: How gender stereotypes affect reactions to working mothers
TG Okimoto, ME Heilman
Journal of Social Issues 68 (4), 704-724, 2012
True to what we stand for: Championing collective interests as a path to authentic leadership
NK Steffens, F Mols, SA Haslam, TG Okimoto
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (5), 726-744, 2016
Beyond retribution: Conceptualizing restorative justice and exploring its determinants
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel, NT Feather
Social Justice Research 22, 156-180, 2009
You've come a long way… maybe: How moral emotions trigger backlash against women leaders
VL Brescoll, TG Okimoto, AC Vial
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 144-164, 2018
Justice through consensus: Shared identity and the preference for a restorative notion of justice
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto, NT Feather, MJ Platow
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (6), 909-930, 2010
Punishment as restoration of group and offender values following a transgression: Value consensus through symbolic labelling and offender reform
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (3), 346-367, 2009
Retribution and restoration as general orientations towards justice
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel, NT Feather
European journal of personality 26 (3), 255-275, 2012
The symbolic meaning of transgressions: Towards a unifying framework of justice restoration
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel
Justice, 291-326, 2008
Refusing to apologize can have psychological benefits (and we issue no mea culpa for this research finding)
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel, K Hedrick
European Journal of Social Psychology 43 (1), 22-31, 2013
Retributive justice
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto
Handbook of social justice theory and research, 237-256, 2016
Do retributive and restorative justice processes address different symbolic concerns?
M Wenzel, TG Okimoto, K Cameron
Critical Criminology 20, 25-44, 2012
Is compensation enough? Relational concerns in responding to unintended inequity
TG Okimoto, TR Tyler
Group processes & intergroup relations 10 (3), 399-420, 2007
Bridging Diverging Perspectives and Repairing Damaged Relationships in the Aftermath of Workplace Transgressions in advance
TG Okimoto, M Wenzel
Business Ethics Quarterly 24 (3), 443-473, 2014
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