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Intersecting Social Affiliations and Intermarriage
A macrosociological theory's central principle, suggested by Simmel's concepts of crosscutting social circles and web of group affiliations, is that intersecting social differences promote intergroup… Expand
Attitudinal and Normative Factors as Determinants of Gay Men's Intentions to Perform AIDS-Related Sexual Behaviors: A Multisite Analysis1
The purpose of this study was to test the applicability of the theory of reasoned action as a basis for understanding and predicting gay men's intentions to perform AIDS-related sexual behaviors. A… Expand
Limits to conceptual rule-learing by schizophrenic patients.
- L. E. Bourne, D. Justesen, T. Abraham, C. Beeker, J. T. Brauchi, L. Whitaker
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of clinical psychology
- 1 April 1977
Two studies of conceptual rule-learning by 36 hospitalized psychiatric patients revealed that (a) while all were clinically diagnosed as schizophrenic, they differed widely in their ability to… Expand
Factors Influencing Gay Men's Attitudes, Subjective Norms, and Intentions With Respect to Performing Sexual Behaviors1
In a recent paper (Fishbein et al., 1992) gay men's attitudes and subjective norms were found to be accurate predictors of their intentions to perform a variety of sexual behaviors. In addition, the… Expand