Reference(s) Found: 6

The Social Distance Theory of Power

Research Paper by Joe Magee and Pamela Smith. Published in "Personality and Social Psychology Review" in 2013.

Lowering the Pitch of Your Voice Makes You Feel More Powerful and Think More Abstractly

Research Paper by Marielle Stel, Eric van Dijk, Pamela Smith, Wilco van Dijk, and Farah Djalal. Published in "Social Psychological and Personality Science" in 2012.

Abstract Thinking Increases One’s Sense of Power

Research Paper by Ap Dijksterhuis, Pamela Smith, and Daniel Wigboldus. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2008.

You Focus on the Forest When You’re in Charge of the Trees: Power Priming and Abstract Information Processing

Research Paper by Pamela Smith and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology" in 2006.

Perceived Power Measure

Measure by Cheryl Wakslak, Pamela Smith, and Albert Han. Published in "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology" in 2014.

Using Abstract Language Signals Power

Research Paper by Albert Han, Pamela Smith, and Cheryl Wakslak. Published in "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology" in 2014.