Steven Blader
Steven Blader
Verified email at stern.nyu.edu
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The group engagement model: Procedural justice, social identity, and cooperative behavior
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Personality and social psychology review 7 (4), 349-361, 2003
21472003
Cooperation in groups: Procedural justice, social identity, and behavioral engagement
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Psychology Press, 2000
20672000
Cooperation in groups: Procedural justice, social identity, and behavioral engagement
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Psychology Press, 2000
20672000
Testing and extending the group engagement model: Linkages between social identity, procedural justice, economic outcomes, and extrarole behavior.
SL Blader, TR Tyler
Journal of applied psychology 94 (2), 445, 2009
8252009
A four-component model of procedural justice: Defining the meaning of a “fair” process
SL Blader, TR Tyler
Personality and social psychology bulletin 29 (6), 747-758, 2003
6182003
Identity and cooperative behavior in groups
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Group processes & intergroup relations 4 (3), 207-226, 2001
4802001
Can businesses effectively regulate employee conduct? The antecedents of rule following in work settings
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Academy of Management Journal 48 (6), 1143-1158, 2005
4792005
Differentiating the effects of status and power: a justice perspective.
SL Blader, YR Chen
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (5), 994, 2012
3512012
What constitutes fairness in work settings? A four-component model of procedural justice
SL Blader, TR Tyler
Human Resource Management Review 13 (1), 107-126, 2003
2922003
Autonomous vs. comparative status: Must we be better than others to feel good about ourselves?
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 89 (1), 813-838, 2002
2902002
Why do people care about procedural fairness? The importance of belongingness in responding and attending to procedures
D De Cremer, SL Blader
European Journal of Social Psychology 36 (2), 211-228, 2006
1762006
How can theories of organizational justice explain the Efl’ects of fairness?
SL Blader, TR Tyler
Handbook of organizational justice, 329-354, 2013
1732013
Essays in social psychology. Cooperation in groups: Procedural justice, social identity, and behavioral engagement
TR Tyler, SL Blader
Psychology Press. https://doi. org/10.1207/S15327957PSPR0704_07, 2000
1382000
Implicit impressions
JS Uleman, SL Blader, A Todorov
The new unconscious, 362-392, 2005
1232005
What determines people’s fairness judgments? Identification and outcomes influence procedural justice evaluations under uncertainty
SL Blader
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (6), 986-994, 2007
992007
Procedural justice and retaliation in organizations: Comparing cross-nationally the importance of fair group processes.
SL Blader, CC Chang, TR Tyke
International Journal of Conflict Management 12 (4), 2001
962001
What influences how higher-status people respond to lower-status others? Effects of procedural fairness, outcome favorability, and concerns about status
SL Blader, YR Chen
Organization Science 22 (4), 1040-1060, 2011
922011
Looking out from the top: Differential effects of status and power on perspective taking
SL Blader, A Shirako, YR Chen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (6), 723-737, 2016
882016
Assuming preferential selection when the admissions policy is unknown: The effects of gender rarity.
ME Heilman, SL Blader
Journal of Applied Psychology 86 (2), 188, 2001
882001
What’s in a name? Status, power, and other forms of social hierarchy
SL Blader, YR Chen
The psychology of social status, 71-95, 2014
692014
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