Alina S. Hernandez Bark
Alina S. Hernandez Bark
Asisstant Professor, Goethe University Frankfurt
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Gender differences in leadership role occupancy: The mediating role of power motivation
SC Schuh, ASH Bark, N Van Quaquebeke, R Hossiep, P Frieg, ...
Journal of Business Ethics 120 (3), 363-379, 2014
Who leads more and why? A mediation model from gender to leadership role occupancy
ASH Bark, J Escartín, SC Schuh, R van Dick
Journal of Business Ethics 139 (3), 473-483, 2016
Think manager—think male, think follower—think female: Gender bias in implicit followership theories
S Braun, S Stegmann, AS Hernandez Bark, NM Junker, R van Dick
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 47 (7), 377-388, 2017
Gender and leadership in Spain: A systematic review of some key aspects
ASH Bark, J Escartín, R van Dick
Sex Roles 70 (11-12), 522-537, 2014
The synergistic effect of prototypicality and authenticity in the relation between leaders’ biological gender and their organizational identification
L Monzani, ASH Bark, R van Dick, JM Peiró
Journal of Business Ethics 132 (4), 737-752, 2015
Emails from the boss—Curse or blessing? Relations between communication channels, leader evaluation, and employees’ attitudes
S Braun, A Hernandez Bark, A Kirchner, S Stegmann, R Van Dick
International Journal of Business Communication 56 (1), 50-81, 2019
Current prescriptions of men and women in differing occupational gender roles
E March, R van Dick, A Hernandez Bark
Journal of Gender Studies 25 (6), 681-692, 2016
6.4 Frauen in Führungspositionen–Aktuelle Förderansätze
G Elprana, ASH Bark
Trends der psychologischen Führungsforschung: Neue Konzepte, Methoden und …, 2014
Wird Führung weiblicher? Warum Krisen nach anderer Führung verlangen
ASH Bark, R van Dick, N Van Quaquebeke
Struktur und Kultur einer Leadership-Organisation, 89-104, 2017
The replicability crisis as chance for psychological research and South African Journal of Industrial Psychology
ASH Bark
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 45, 3, 2019
Left out of the game? Disentangling career-relevant stereotypes and realities of gender and parenthood
N Junker, A Hernandez Bark, JL Gloor, M Karanika-Murray, C Cooper
Routledge, 2019
Machtmotivation: Geschlechtsunterschiede und Zusammenhänge zu Führungsverantwortung
ASH Bark
Leadfem-Leader stereotypes go feminine: Abschlussbericht des Projektes: Laufzeit: Mai 2012-Mai 2013
ASH Bark, R van Dick
Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Fakultät für Psychologie und …, 2013
Gender-Aspekte in Organisationen: Neue Perspektiven. Eine dreiteilige Arbeitsgruppe zu Geschlechterstereotypen „Führungsmotivation und Karrierewegen “
S Braun, AS Hernandez Bark, F Krings, C Peus, S Sczesny, S Stiehl, ...
48. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, 2012
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