Emily S. Reit
Emily S. Reit
Graduate Student, Stanford University
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Dominant, open nonverbal displays are attractive at zero-acquaintance
T Vacharkulksemsuk, E Reit, P Khambatta, PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 4009-4014, 2016
From whom do we learn group norms? Low-ranking group members are perceived as the best sources
JE Dannals, ES Reit, DT Miller
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 213-227, 2020
Managing hierarchy’s functions and dysfunctions: a relational perspective on leadership and followership
ES Reit, N Halevy
Current opinion in psychology 33, 126-130, 2020
The commonness fallacy: Commonly chosen options have less choice appeal than people think.
ES Reit, CR Critcher
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2019
Why Dominance Incites Deference: A Social Norms Account
E Reit, D Gruenfeld
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13543, 2020
Unexpected Pathways to Influence: New Research in Social Hierarchies
P Belmi, M Schaerer, AN Younge
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 11164, 2018
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