I study a variety of research topics. Some of them center around power. In my research, I try to give a more complete picture of the way in which having (versus lacking) power affects people's behavior and cognition. I was awarded an NWO VENI-grant (until May 2013) to study the link between power and immorality.
IMPORTANT: Regarding the scientific fraud of my former supervisor Stapel: the committee Levelt has investigated all my work with Stapel. All my work on the topic of power has been cleared from suspicion of data-fraud. This research is all based on data that I collected myself or collected together with other co-authors (i.e. not Stapel). There is one paper (on racism in legal decisions) where I was misled. This paper contains false data. It is currently being retracted.
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- Inbar, Y., & Lammers, J. (in press). Political diversity in social and personality psychology. Perspectives on Psychological Science.
- A NOTE: the selection of publications below have been cleared from suspicions of data-forgery by the committee Levelt, investigating the case of scientific misconduct by my former co-author Stapel.
- Lammers, J., Galinsky, A.D., Gordijn, E.H., & Otten, S. (2012). Power increases social distance. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 282-290.
- Lammers, J., Stoker, J. I., Jordan, J., Pollmann, M. M. H., & Stapel, D. A. (2011). Power increases infidelity among men and women. Psychological Science.*
- Lammers, J., & Stapel, D. A. (2011). Power increases dehumanization. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 14, 113-126.*
- Stoker, J. I., Van der Velde, E. G., & Lammers, J. (2011). Factors relating to managerial stereotypes: The role of gender of the employee and the manager and management gender ratio. Journal of Business and Psychology .
- Lammers, J., Stapel, D. A., & Galinsky, A. D. (2010). Power increases hypocrisy: Moralizing in reasoning, immorality in behavior. Psychological Science, 21, 737-744.*
- Lammers, J., Stoker, J. I., & Stapel, D. A. (2010). Power and behavioral approach orientation in existing power relations and the mediating effect of income. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 543-551.*
- Lammers, J., Gordijn, E. H., & Otten, S. (2009). Iron ladies, men of steel: The effects of gender stereotyping on the perception of male and female candidates are moderated by prototypicality. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 186-195.
- Lammers, J., & Stapel, D. A. (2009). How power influences moral thinking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, 279-289.*
- Lammers, J., Stoker, J. I., & Stapel, D. A. (2009). Differentiating social and personal power: Opposite effects on stereotyping, but parallel effects on behavioral approach tendencies. Psychological Science, 20, 1543-1548.*
- Lammers, J., Gordijn, E. H., & Otten, S. (2008). Looking through the eyes of the powerful. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 1229-1238.
- Lammers, J., Galinsky, A. D., Gordijn, E. H., & Otten, S. (2008). Illegitimacy moderates the effects of power on approach. Psychological Science, 19, 558-564.
- Lammers, J., & Gast, A. (2010). How the power that House has over others affects his behavior. In. L. Martin & T.Cascio (Eds.), The psychology of House . Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
- Galinsky, A. D., Rus, D., & Lammers, J. (2011). Power: A central force governing psychological, social, and organizational Life. In D. De Cremer, J. K. Murnighan, & R. van Dick (Eds.), Social Psychology in Organizations . Taylor & Francis.
- Lammers, J., & Galinsky, A. D. (2008). How the conceptualization and nature of interdependency moderates the effects of power. In D. Tjosvold & B. Wisse (Eds.), Power and interdependence in organizations. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
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