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Section 9
Power and Conflict

Question 9 | Test | Table of Contents

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Bonner, B. L., Soderberg, A. T., Meikle, N. L., & Overbeck, J. R. (2021). The effects of experience, expertise, reward power, and decision power in groups. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice.

Körner, R., Heydasch, T., & Schütz, A. (2021). It’s all about power: Validation of trait and state versions of the German Personal Sense of Power Scale. European Journal of Psychological Assessment.

Liu, W. M. (2017). White male power and privilege: The relationship between White supremacy and social class. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 64(4), 349–358. 

Uskul, A. K., Paulmann, S., & Weick, M. (2016). Social power and recognition of emotional prosody: High power is associated with lower recognition accuracy than low power. Emotion, 16(1), 11–15. 

Westerman, M. A. (2018). What is novel about interpersonal defense theory and why those differences make a difference: Taking conflict seriously in a process model of problematic interpersonal phenomena. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 28(3), 338–347.

Wright, S. C., Tropp, L. R., & Mazziotta, A. (2017). Contact between groups, peace, and conflict. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 23(3), 207–209.

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