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6th Southampton symposium on self and identity

Theme: "Self and identity in organisations"

Thursday 5 July - Friday 6 July
Psychology Unit, Shackleton Building, Room 3095


Thursday 5 July 2012

1:45-2:00 Introduction (Constantine Sedikides)

I Basic Organisational Processes

2:00-2:30 Claire M. Hart, Psychology Unit, University of Southampton, UK
"Procedural Fairness as Self-Affirmation" Read abstract

2:30-3:00 Marius M. H. van Dijke, Rotterdam School of Management
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
"When does procedural fairness promote cooperative employee behaviour?
Integrating empowering leadership types in identity based justice models"

3:00-3:30 Tim Wildschut, Psychology Unit, University of Southampton, UK
"Collective nostalgia confers unique benefits on the group" Read abstract

3:30-4:00 Mark D. Alicke, Department of Psychology, Ohio University, USA
"Hypocrisy: what counts?" Read abstract

4:00-4:45 Break (i-Zone)

II Broader Issues

4:45-5:15 Stefan Thau, London Business School, UK
"The ecological context of trust: Nature, self-protection and trust in strangers" Read abstract

5:15-5:45 Erin O'Mara, Department of Psychology, University of Dayton, USA
"Enhancement as a goal directed force"

5:45-6:15 Zoe Kinias, INSEAD, Singapore
"Ambivalence and the other gender's identification: Men's and women's responses to
strongly versus weakly identified women and men" Read abstract

Friday 6 July 2012

III Leadership, power and culture

10:00-10:30 Georgina Randsley de Moura, School of Psychology, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
"Bribery, blackmail and the double standard for leader transgression" Read abstract

10:30-11:00 Michelle A. Luke, Southampton Management School, University of Southampton, UK
"Office of love: the significance of the relationships in the workplace" Read abstract

11:00-11:30 Mario Weick, School of Psychology, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
"Power increases perceptions of similarity between self and others" Read abstract

11:30-12:00 Ena Inesi, London Business School, UK
"The power that becomes you: When subordinate actions trigger self-objectification
among the powerful"

12:00-12:30 William W. Maddux, INSEAD, France
"A moveable feast: How transformational cross-cultural experiences facilitate creativity" Read abstract

13:00 Lunch



Micheal Kristensen
Aalborg University
Einar Baldursson
Aalborg University
Kenny Brackstone
University of Southampton
Rahul Kumar
London Business School
Sylwia Cisek
University of Southampton
Elle Boag
University of Southampton
Helen Font
Gizem Arikan
University of Southampton
Kathy Carnelley
University of Southampton
Michelle Luke
University of Southampton
Anastasia Delchanidou
University of Southampton
Jagoda Gasiorowska
University of Southampton
Sara Robertson
University of Southampton
Erica Hepper
University of Southampton
Nikhila Mahadevan
University of Southampton
Constantine Sedikides
University of Southampton
Lorna Otway
University of Southampton
Jochen Gebauer
Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
Fionnuala McKiernan
University of Southampton
Aiden Gregg
University of Southampton

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