David Rast III
David Rast III
Assistant Professor of Social Psychology, University of Alberta
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The social identity theory of leadership: Theoretical origins, research findings, and conceptual developments
MA Hogg, D van Knippenberg, DE Rast III
European Review of Social Psychology 23 (1), 258-304, 2012
Intergroup leadership in organizations: Leading across group and organizational boundaries
MA Hogg, D Van Knippenberg, DE Rast III
Academy of Management Review 37 (2), 232-255, 2012
Self-uncertainty and support for autocratic leadership
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, SR Giessner
Self and Identity 12 (6), 635-649, 2013
Leadership under uncertainty: When leaders who are non-prototypical group members can gain support
DE Rast III, AM Gaffney, MA Hogg, RJ Crisp
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 646-653, 2012
Intergroup bias and perceived similarity: Effects of successes and failures on support for in-and outgroup political leaders
A Alabastro, DE Rast III, A Lac, MA Hogg, WD Crano
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (1), 58-67, 2013
Further to the right: Uncertainty, political polarization and the American “Tea Party” movement
AM Gaffney, DE Rast III, JD Hackett, MA Hogg
Social Influence 9 (4), 272-288, 2014
Who trusts charismatic leaders who champion change? The role of group identification, membership centrality, and self-uncertainty.
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, SR Giessner
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 20 (4), 259, 2016
Leadership in times of uncertainty: recent findings, debates, and potential future research directions
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (3), 133-145, 2015
Prototypical leaders do not always get our support: Impact of self-uncertainty and need for cognition
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, JJ Tomory
Self and Identity 14 (2), 135-146, 2015
Intergroup leadership across distinct subgroups and identities
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, D van Knippenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (7), 1090-1103, 2018
Leadership and social transformation: The role of marginalized individuals and groups
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, G Randsley de Moura
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 8-19, 2018
Uncertainty and influence: The advantages (and disadvantages) of being atypical
AM Gaffney, DE Rast III, MA Hogg
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 20-35, 2018
Revoking a leader's “license to fail”: Downgrading evaluations of prototypical in‐group leaders following an intergroup failure
DE Rast III, JD Hackett, A Alabastro, MA Hogg
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (6), 311-318, 2015
The state of American protest: Shared anger and populism
AM Gaffney, JD Hackett, DE Rast III, ZP Hohman, A Jaurique
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 18 (1), 11-33, 2018
Dying to be popular: A purposive explanation of adolescent willingness to endure harm
JT Siegel, WD Crano, EM Alvaro, A Lac, D Rast III, V Kettering
Extremism and the psychology of uncertainty, 113-130, 2011
The tyranny of normative distance: A social identity account of the exercise of power by remote leaders
DE Rast, AM Gaffney, MA Hogg
Exploring Distance in Leader-Follower Relationships, 235-260, 2012
Leadership under uncertainty: The appeal of strong leaders and clear identities
DE Rast III, MA Hogg, SR Giessner
Self & Identity 12, 635-649, 2013
The transformative and informative nature of elections: Representation, schism, and exit
AM Gaffney, B Sherburne, JD Hackett, DE Rast III, ZP Hohman
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (1), 88-104, 2019
Leadership in the face of crisis and uncertainty
MA Rast, D. E. III, & Hogg
The Routledge Companion to Leadership, 52-64, 2017
(Re) Applying social psychology to organizational work, well‐being, and leadership
DE Rast III, C Axtell, S McGlynn
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 46 (1), 3-6, 2016
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