- The Washington Post
December 18, 2015
S. Fath, D. Proudfoot, and A.C. Kay (2017). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 73, 290-297.
K. Laurin and A.C. Kay (2017). Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 56, 201-257.
A.C. Kay and M.J. Brandt (2016). Current Opinions in Psychology, 11, 110-114.
A. Czopp, A.C. Kay, and S. Cheryan (2015). Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10, 451-463.
M.J. Landau, A.C. Kay, and J. Whitson (2015). Psychological Bulletin, 141, 694-722.
J.P. Friesen, T. Campbell, and A.C. Kay (2015). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108, 515-529
J. Brown-Ianuzzi, K. Lundberg, A.C. Kay, and B.K. Payne (2015). Psychological Science, 26, 15-26.
T. Campbell and A.C. Kay (2014). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 107, 809-824.
In a world in which men dominate leadership roles, should we focus on changing the systems and structures that favor men at women’s expense? Or should we emphasize the tactics individual women can use to get ahead? – Harvard Business Review
A well-established finding within psychology is people’s deep-rooted desire to have control over their daily lives. At Duke University, Aaron Kay and colleagues articulated the theory of compensatory control. – Scientific American