Stern Program for Undergraduate Research

Research ID: RS000054
Research Title: Power and Accountability Research
Description: This project explores the psychology of power, and in particular how the psychology of power is affected by the reality that power-holders are often held accountable for their decisions and actions. You will therefore learn more about the psychology of power, leadership, and accountability while working on the project.

You will primarily be asked to work in the behavioral lab, running studies both supervised and unsupervised. Other tasks related to carrying out research project are also likely to arise. While working on this project, you will work directly with both experimental subjects and researchers, gaining strong management research experience.
Relevant Areas of Study: Management and Organizations
Pre-requisites: Must have been a subject in at least one study and/or have taken Management and Organizations
Start Semester: Spring 2013
Credits Per Semester: 1.0
Faculty Member: Steve Blader (
Department Affilation: N/A
Contact: Steve Blader (
Expired On: 03-12-2013