Denise Lewin Loyd
Denise Lewin Loyd
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
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When surface and deep-level diversity collide: The effects on dissenting group members
KW Phillips, DL Loyd
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 99 (2), 143-160, 2006
Social category diversity promotes premeeting elaboration: The role of relationship focus
DL Loyd, CS Wang, KW Phillips, RB Lount Jr
Organization Science 24 (3), 757-772, 2013
The impact of categorical status, numeric representation, and work group prestige on preference for demographically similar others: A value threat approach
MM Duguid, DL Loyd, PS Tolbert
Organization Science 23 (2), 386-401, 2012
Microdynamics of diverse teams: A review and integration of the diversity and stereotyping literatures
H van Dijk, B Meyer, M van Engen, DL Loyd
Academy of Management Annals, 2016
Classroom research: Bridging the ivory divide
DL Loyd, MC Kern, L Thompson
Academy of Management Learning & Education 4 (1), 8-21, 2005
The diversity education dilemma: Exposing status hierarchies without reinforcing them
LM Amoroso, DL Loyd, JM Hoobler
Journal of Management Education 34 (6), 795-822, 2010
Expertise in your midst: How congruence between status and speech style affects reactions to unique knowledge
D Lewin Loyd, KW Phillips, J Whitson, MC Thomas-Hunt
Group processes & intergroup relations 13 (3), 379-395, 2010
Optimal distinctiveness signals membership trust
GJ Leonardelli, DL Loyd
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (7), 843-854, 2016
Duo status: Disentangling the complex interactions within a minority of two
DL Loyd, JB White, M Kern
Diversity and groups, 2008
Organizational Learning. Special Issue of Organization Science
MD Cohen, LS Sproull
London: Sage Publications, 1991
Does perceived treatment of unfamiliar employees affect consumer brand attitudes? Social dominance ideologies reveal who cares the most and why
MA Maxwell-Smith, TB White, DL Loyd
Journal of Business Research 109, 461-471, 2020
Managing perceptions of ethical behavior in evaluative groups: The implications for diversity in organizations
DL Loyd, KW Phillips
Ethics in groups, 2006
Undermining diversity: Favoritism threat and its effect on advocacy for similar others.
DL Loyd, LM Amoroso
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 22 (3), 143, 2018
Duo status: Disentangling the complex interactions within a minority of two. KW Phillips, E. Mannix, MA Neale, eds. Research on Managing Groups and Teams
DL Loyd, J White, M Kern
JAI Press, Amsterdam, 2008
Complicating the complicated: the importance of status in understanding constrained career choices
DL Loyd, LM Amoroso
Psychological Inquiry 22 (4), 270-274, 2011
Unkind to two of a kind: Stereotyping women with duo status in a work group
DL Loyd, J White, M Kern
Unpublished Manuscript, 2011
Avoiding the appearance of favoritism in evaluating similar others: The impact of status and distinctiveness
DL Loyd
Northwestern University, 2005
Social Similarity and Opinion Conflict: The Impact of Relationship Concerns
CS Wang, K Williams Phillips, D Loyd, R Lount
SSRN Electronic Journal. http://doi. org/10.2139/ssrn 913776, 2006
Research methods of micro organizational behavior
L Thompson, M Kern, DL Loyd
The SAGE Handbook of Methods in Social Psychology, 457-470, 2004
Racial Biases in the Publication Process: Exploring Expressions and Solutions
DR Avery, TL Dumas, E George, A Joshi, DL Loyd, D van Knippenberg, ...
Journal of Management, 01492063211030561, 2021
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