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Causal inferences about communicators and their effect on opinion change
Working Knowledge, Cognitive Processing, and Attitudes: On the Determinants of Bias
This experiment demonstrated that attitude-relevant knowledge can enable biased or objective systematic processing of new information. Subjects having a high or low knowledge on AIDS risk prevention… Expand
Inferred sex differences in status as a determinant of gender stereotypes about social influence.
Two Traditions of Research on Gender Identity
Gender identity reflects people’s understanding of themselves in terms of cultural definitions of female and male. In this article, we identify two traditions of research on gender identity that… Expand
Social Influence in Attitudes and Attitude Change.
Feminism and the Evolution of Sex Differences and Similarities
Distrust between most evolutionary psychologists and most feminist psychologists is evident in the majority of the articles contained in this Special Issue. The debates between proponents of these… Expand
Sex differences in conformity: Surveillance by the group as a determinant of male nonconformity.
Toward Developing New Occupational Science Measures: An Example from Dementia Care Research
- W. Wood
- 1 October 2005
Abstract The Activity in Context and Time (ACT) was developed as a quantitative, direct observational measure of environmental correlates of time‐use and quality of life of people with dementia… Expand