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Denise Lewin Loyd

Associate Professor of Business Administration



All Publications


Articles in Journals


Loyd, D., Phillips, K., Wang, C., Lount, R. 2013. Social category diversity promotes pre-meeting elaboration: The role of relationship focus.. Organization Science, 24: 757-772

Duguid, M., Loyd, D., Tolbert, P. 2012. The Impact of Categorical Status, Numeric Representation and Work Group Prestige on Preference for Demographically Similar Others: A Value Threat Approach.. Organization Science, 23: 386-401

Loyd, D., Amoroso, L. 2011. Complicating the Complicated: The Importance of Status in Understanding Constrained Career Choices.. Psychological Inquiry, 22: 270-274

Amoroso, L., Loyd, D., Hoobler, J. 2010. The diversity education dilemma: Exposing status hierarchies without reinforcing them.. Journal of Management Education, 34: 795-822

Loyd, D., Phillips, K., Thomas-Hunt, M., Whitson, J. 2010. Expertise in your midst: How congruence between status and speech style affects reactions to unique knowledge.. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13: 379-395

Phillips, K., Loyd, D. 2006. When surface and deep-level diversity collide: The effects on dissenting group members.. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 99: 143-160

Loyd, D., Kern, M., Thompson, L. 2005. Classroom Research: Bridging the ivory divide.. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 4: 8-21

Chapters in Books


Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2008. Duo status: Disentangling the complex interactions within a minority of two. In K. W. Phillips, E. Mannix, & M. A. Neale (Ed.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams, 75-92

Loyd, D., Phillips, K. 2006. Managing perceptions of ethical behavior in evaluative groups: The implications for diversity in organizations. In A. Tenbrunsel, E. Mannix, & M. A. Neale (Ed.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 8

Thompson, L., Kern, M., Loyd, D. 2003. Research Methods of Micro Organizational Behavior. In Sansone, C., Morf, C., & Panter, A. (Ed.), Handbook of Methods in Social Psychology, 457-470

Working Papers


Loyd, D., Shim, S., Kim-Jun, S., Phillips, K. 2015. Benefiting from In-group Disagreement: How Diversity and Out-group Status affect Information Sharing. Under consideration at Organization Science.

van Dijk, H., van Engen, M., Meyer, B., Loyd, D. 2015. Dynamics in diverse work groups: A review and integration of the diversity and stereotyping literatures. Academy of Management Annals

Leonardelli, G., Loyd, D. 2014. Optimal Distinctiveness Signals Membership Trust. Under consideration at Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

Loyd, D., Brown, A., Thomas-Hunt, M. 2014. Who shall lead us?: How leader nationality and style influence followers’ perceptions of nationally diverse teams.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2014. Unkind to Two of a Kind: Stereotyping Women with Duo Status in a Work Group.

Presentations


Loyd, D., Shim, S., Kim-Jun, S., Phillips, K. 2012. When an Out-Group Member Brings Us Together: The Impact of Status on the Relationship between Disagreeing In-group Members., Academy of Management National Meeting, Boston.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2011. Unkind to Two of a Kind: Stereotyping Women with Duo Status in a Work Group., Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio.

Duguid, M., Loyd, D., Tolbert, P. 2010. The Impact of Categorical Status, Numeric Representation and Work Group Prestige on Preference for Demographically Similar Others: A Value Threat Approach, Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Montreal.

Kim, S., Loyd, D., Shim, S., Phillips, K. 2010. Reactions to Disagreement from an In-group Member: The Impact of Out-group Member Status., International Association for Conflict Management Annual Conference , Boston.

Leonardelli, G., Loyd, D. 2010. Optimally Distinct Groups as a Marker of Membership Trust., INGRoup Conference, Alexandria.

Brown, A., Loyd, D., Thomas-Hunt, M. 2009. From different worlds: The impact of nationality diversity and relative status on group experience., INGRoup Conference, Colorado Springs.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2009. Stereotyping and Visibility of Duos: The Numbers Don’t Always Add Up for a Minority of Two., Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2008. Token Pressure on Duos: The Numbers Don’t Always Add Up for a Minority of Two., INGRoup Conference, Kansas City.

Loyd, D. 2007. Avoiding the appearance of bias in evaluative groups: The impact of distinctiveness, status, and anonymity., Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta.

Loyd, D. 2007. Diversity, Identity, and Knowledge-Sharing: Lessons for the Classroom., North American Management Society Conference, Chicago.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2007. When two is the loneliest number., Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta.

Loyd, D., White, J., Kern, M. 2007. Duo Status: Disentangling the complex interactions within a minority of two., Annual Conference on Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Palo Alto.

Loyd, D. 2006. Avoiding the appearance of favoritism in evaluating others: The impact of status and distinctiveness., Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Atlanta.

Loyd, D., Phillips, K. 2006. Can low status experts be influential?: An examination of the impact of confidence and timing., INGRoup Conference, Pittsburgh.

Wang, C., Phillips, K., Loyd, D., Lount, R. 2006. Social Similarity and Opinion Conflict: The Impact of Relationship Concerns., International Association for Conflict Management, Montreal.

Wang, C., Phillips, K., Loyd, D., Lount, R. 2005. The battle between how we feel and how we think: The impact of social similarity on affective and cognitive reactions to opinion conflict., Annual Academy of Management Meeting, Honolulu.

Loyd, D. 2004. Avoiding the appearance of bias: The effects of group composition and status on evaluations of similar others, Annual Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference. Northwestern University Black Graduate Student Association, Evanston.

Loyd, D., Phillips, K. 2004. Managing perceptions of ethical behavior in evaluative groups: When trying to do the right thing can lead you to do the wrong thing., Annual Conference on Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Palo Alto.

Phillips, K., Thomas-Hunt, M., Loyd, D., Whitson, J. 2004. Who gets heard? The impact of status on perceptions of experts’ behavior in groups., Annual Academy of Management Meeting, New Orleans.

Loyd, D. 2003. There is an I in researcher, or how I chose my dissertation topic., Doctoral Student Consortium at the 63rd Annual National AoM Conference, Seattle.

Loyd, D., Phillips, K. 2001. Task conflict in decision-making groups: The interplay of group composition and members" expectations., Academy of Management National Meeting, Washington, D.C..

Loyd, D., Phillips, K. 2000. The Effects of Group Composition on Minority Opinion Holders: Task Conflict in Decision-Making Groups., International Association for Conflict Management Annual Conference , St. Louis.