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The Hunger Fix: The Three-Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Overeating and Food Addiction

In The Hunger Fix, Dr. Pam Peeke uses the latest neuroscience to explain how unhealthy food and behavioral "fixes" have gotten us ensnared in a vicious cycle of overeating and addiction. She even shows that dopamine rushes in the body work exactly the same way with food as with cocaine....

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Podcast: The Latest in Goal Setting

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Further Advances in Traditional Leadership Theory and Research

Because of the considerable interest generated by this year’s Yearly Review focus we will again concentrate on advances in more traditional leadership research—especially works that are related to the development and/or testing of theory that does not concern newer approaches (such as transformational charismatic and authentic leadership)....

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Contextualizing LMX within the workgroup: The effects of LMX and justice on relationship quality and resource sharing among peers

While leader–member exchange (LMX) has evolved a richer understanding continues to evade scholars due to the sustained focus on the leader–member dyad....

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Followership leadership and social influence

Traditional research in leadership has largely relegated followers to the role of passive recipients or at best moderators of leader influence and behaviors....

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Revisiting followership through a social identity perspective: The role of collective follower emotion and action

We review the concept of followership with a specific focus on how followers actively influence leadership outcomes. We examine in particular research from four key areas: social identity perspectives on leadership intergroup emotion theory collective action and reciprocal affect within leader–follower interactions....

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A literature review and emotion-based model of age and leadership: New directions for the trait approach

Despite renewed interest in traditional trait approaches to leadership and despite recent demographic trends towards an aging workforce research on leaders' age as a specific demographic trait variable has remained surprisingly sparse and fragmented. This article provides a comprehensive review of the empirical literature on this issue....

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Implicit Leadership and Followership Theories in the wild: Taking stock of information-processing approaches to leadership and followership in organizational settings

For over 30 years information-processing approaches to leadership and more specifically Implicit Leadership Theories (ILTs) research has contributed a significant body of knowledge on leadership processes in applied settings....

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Leader political support: Reconsidering leader political behavior

Historically organizational politics and political leader behavior have been framed and characterized negatively as self-serving and counter-productive. However scholars have noted that political acts can achieve positive ends and have called for further discussions of positive forms of political leadership....

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Assassination and leadership: Traditional approaches and historiometric methods

Research on the assassinations and attempted assassinations of leaders seems warranted as leaders and their interactions with extreme followers (e.g. fanatics) and non-followers (e.g. assassins) can have tremendous consequences not only for the leaders but also their larger collectives (e.g. nations social movements)....

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