Membership role and subjective group dynamics: Impact on evaluative intragroup differentiation and commitment to prescriptive norms*

@article{Pinto2016MembershipRA,
  title={Membership role and subjective group dynamics: Impact on evaluative intragroup differentiation and commitment to prescriptive norms*},
  author={Isabel R. Pinto and Jos{\'e} M Marques and John M. Levine and Dominic Abrams},
  journal={Group Processes \& Intergroup Relations},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={570 - 590}
}
Two studies examined participants’ evaluations of ingroup or outgroup normative and deviant members and changes in agreement with a prescriptive norm. In Experiment 1 (N = 51), the normative target was either a full or marginal ingroup or outgroup member, and the deviant was a full member. In Experiment 2 (N = 113), both targets were full or marginal members, or one was a full member and the other was marginal. As predicted, maximal upgrading of normative members and downgrading of deviant… 

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