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Some group leaders exhibit hypervigilance to signs of social disapproval and that vigilance manifests at basic levels of social information processing such as visual attention and face perception. The current research tests hypotheses about when, why, and in whom such vigilance occurs. Across two pilot studies and five experiments (N=1,667) we find...
Leaders often are faced with making difficult decisions for their group, such as when a course of action preferred by group members conflicts with one that is likely to optimize group success. Across five experiments (N=1110), we provide evidence that a psychological orientation toward prestige (but not dominance) causes leaders to adhere publicly...