Pamela K. Smith
Pamela K. Smith
Associate professor of management, University of California, San Diego
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Models of visuospatial and verbal memory across the adult life span.
DC Park, G Lautenschlager, T Hedden, NS Davidson, AD Smith, PK Smith
Psychology and aging 17 (2), 299, 2002
You focus on the forest when you're in charge of the trees: power priming and abstract information processing.
PK Smith, Y Trope
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (4), 578, 2006
The unconscious consumer: Effects of environment on consumer behavior
A Dijksterhuis, PK Smith, RB Van Baaren, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of consumer psychology 15 (3), 193-202, 2005
The social distance theory of power
JC Magee, PK Smith
Personality and Social Psychology Review 17, 158-186, 2013
Lacking power impairs executive functions
PK Smith, NB Jostmann, AD Galinsky, WW Van Dijk
Psychological science 19 (5), 441-447, 2008
The power of the subliminal: On subliminal persuasion and other potential applications
A Dijksterhuis, H Aarts, PK Smith
The new unconscious 1, 77-106, 2005
Nonconscious effects of power on basic approach and avoidance tendencies
PK Smith, JA Bargh
Social cognition 26 (1), 1-24, 2008
Abstract thinking increases one’s sense of power
PK Smith, DHJ Wigboldus, AP Dijksterhuis
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 378-385, 2008
Demarginalizing the sexual self
KYA McKenna, AS Green, PK Smith
Journal of Sex Research 38 (4), 302-311, 2001
Having the power to forgive: When the experience of power increases interpersonal forgiveness
JC Karremans, PK Smith
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (8), 1010-1023, 2010
Affective habituation: subliminal exposure to extreme stimuli decreases their extremity.
AP Dijksterhuis, PK Smith
Emotion 2 (3), 203, 2002
Power in everyday life
PK Smith, W Hofmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (36), 10043-10048, 2016
The nonconscious nature of power: Cues and consequences
PK Smith, AD Galinsky
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (10), 918-938, 2010
The future of women in psychological science
J Gruber, J Mendle, KA Lindquist, T Schmader, LA Clark, E Bliss-Moreau, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (3), 483-516, 2021
Using abstract language signals power
CJ Wakslak, PK Smith, A Han
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (1), 41-55, 2014
Nonconscious goal pursuit: Acting in an explanatory vacuum
G Oettingen, H Grant, PK Smith, M Skinner, PM Gollwitzer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (5), 668-675, 2006
Subliminal exposure to faces and racial attitudes: Exposure to Whites makes Whites like Blacks less
PK Smith, A Dijksterhuis, S Chaiken
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (1), 50-64, 2008
Lowering the pitch of your voice makes you feel more powerful and think more abstractly
M Stel, E Dijk, PK Smith, WW Dijk, FM Djalal
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (4), 497-502, 2012
What do we do unconsciously? And how?
A Dijksterhuis, PK Smith
Journal of Consumer Psychology 15 (3), 225-229, 2005
Powerful people make good decisions even when they consciously think
PK Smith, AJ Dijksterhuis, DHJ Wigboldus
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