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  1. Can You Expect Those with Status to Be Ethical? The Effects of Status on Trust.Andrew T. Soderberg & David Howe - 2021 - Ethics and Behavior 31 (6):395-418.
    ABSTRACT This research examines the trust and expectations people have for individuals with varying levels of status. Specifically, we predicted that people will have a greater amount of trust for individuals whom they perceive to have high status. Furthermore, we predicted that this positive effect of status on trust occurs because high-status individuals are viewed as less likely to engage in unethical behavior. We found evidence in two experimental laboratory studies and one survey study for some of our hypotheses. An (...)
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  • How Social Power Affects the Processing of Angry Expressions: Evidence From Behavioral and Electrophysiological Data.Entao Zhang, Xueling Ma, Ruiwen Tao, Tao Suo, Huang Gu & Yongxin Li - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    With the help of event-related potentials, the present study used an oddball paradigm to investigate how both individual and target power modulate neural responses to angry expressions. Specifically, participants were assigned into a high-power or low-power condition. Then, they were asked to detect a deviant angry expression from a high-power or low-power target among a series of neutral expressions, while behavioral responses and electroencephalogram were recorded. The behavioral results showed that high-power individuals responded faster to detect angry expressions than low-power (...)
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  • Category-Based Learning About Deviant Outgroup Members Hinders Performance in Trust Decision Making.Maïka Telga, Soledad de Lemus, Elena Cañadas, Rosa Rodríguez-Bailón & Juan Lupiáñez - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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  • People of Lower Social Status Are More Sensitive to Hedonic Product Information—Electrophysiological Evidence From an ERP Study.Weiguo di ChenQu, Yanhui Xiang, Jiaxu Zhao & Guyu Shen - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.