Sarah P Doyle
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Cheating to get ahead or to avoid falling behind? The effect of potential negative versus positive status change on unethical behavior
NC Pettit, SP Doyle, RB Lount Jr, C To
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 172-183, 2016
Helping others most when they are not too close: Status distance as a determinant of interpersonal helping in organizations
SP Doyle, RB Lount Jr, SL Wilk, NC Pettit
Academy of Management Discoveries 2 (2), 155-174, 2016
Motivating underdogs and favorites.
RB Lount, NC Pettit, SP Doyle
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 141, 82-93, 2017
Knowing if you are trusted: Does meta-accuracy promote trust development?
S Brion, RB Lount Jr, SP Doyle
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (7), 823-830, 2015
Repairing violations of trustworthiness in negotiation
D Druckman, RJ Lewicki, SP Doyle
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 49 (3), 145-158, 2019
Only when others are watching: The contingent efforts of high status group members
RB Lount Jr, SP Doyle, S Brion, NC Pettit
Management Science 65 (7), 3382-3397, 2019
The positive and negative effects of social status on ratings of voice behavior: A test of opposing structural and psychological pathways.
S Kim, EJ McClean, SP Doyle, NP Podsakoff, E Lin, T Woodruff
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2021
Surging underdogs and slumping favorites: How recent streaks and future expectations drive competitive transgressions
SP Doyle, NC Pettit, S Kim, C To, RB Lount Jr
Academy of Management Journal 65 (5), 1507-1540, 2022
Rank extrapolation: Asymmetric forecasts of future rank after rank change
NC Pettit, SP Doyle, HY Kim, A Hurwitz
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 169, 104129, 2022
Fanning the voice flame: unpacking how leaders and peers impact employee voice
I Hussain, S Kim, C Moore, D Newton, W Sohn
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13611, 2020
Rising Above vs. Falling Below: When and Why Status Change Affects Interpersonal Helping in Workgroups
SP Doyle, RB Lount Jr
Organization Science, 2022
Hierarchical Team Structures Limit Joint Gain in Interteam Negotiations: The Role of Information Elaboration and Value Claiming Behavior
SP Doyle, S Chung, RB Lount Jr, RI Swaab, J Rathjens
Academy of Management Journal, 2022
Are We Essential, or Sacrificial? The Effects of Felt Public Gratitude on Essential Worker Recovery Activities During COVID-19
HY Kim, S Kim, TM Howell, SP Doyle, NC Pettit, M Bizzarro
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 19485506221077858, 2022
The Consequences of Competition in Organizations
S Doyle, T Grad, S Nurmohamed, J Pai
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 15201, 2022
The psychology of status competitions within organizations: Navigating two competing motives
SP Doyle, S Kim, H Young Kim
The Psychology of Status Competitions within Organizations
SP Doyle, S Kim, HY Kim
The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Competition, 2021
The effects of felt public gratitude on essential worker recovery activities during COVID-19
HY Kim, S Doyle, T Howell, S Kim, J Coff, N Pettit, M Bizzarro
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 11232, 2021
Intra-Team Hierarchy Triggers Inter-Team Competition: The Impact of Hierarchy on Team Negotiations
S Doyle, S Chung, RB Lount, RI Swaab
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 20658, 2020
Organizational Competition and Its Risk
B Cooper, S Doyle, R Mitchell
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 13842, 2019
The Dynamics of Social Hierarchy in Teams and Organizations
E Anicich, LL Greer, H Kakkar, N Pettit, S Yu
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 12141, 2018
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