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In a longitudinal study of 51 male college graduates (class of 1964), the level of their wives' careers in 1974 is predicted negatively by power motivation (measured by the TAT in 1960) and by their being business executives and is predicted positively by social status of family of origin and...
Tested the theory that psychological procedures achieve changes in behavior by altering the level and strength of self-efficacy. In this formulation, perceived self-efficacy influences level of performance by enhancing intensity and persistence of effort. 33 phobics aged 18–50 yrs were...
Tested the effects of high densities in a field setting on complex cognitive and behavioral tasks and on affective responses. It was also hypothesized that by providing Ss with increased cognitive control of the situation by giving them information about the effects of crowding, the aversive...
Hypothesized that the widespread failure of crowding studies to show decrements in task performance as a function of density was due to the omission of physical interaction from laboratory analogues of crowding. Using 117 paid male Ss, the present study manipulated density (high vs low) and...
Two experiments, each with 48 undergraduates, investigated the role of lack of control in determining the extent to which individuals report experiencing physical symptoms. In Exp I, Ss who had little control over a noise burst subsequently reported a higher incidence of physical symptoms than...
Recent attempts to consider some problems in balance theory from an informational viewpoint are discussed with reference to a balance triad model. This model applies ANOVA for a 2–3 design in which the 3 main effects and the 4 interaction terms correspond to 7 hypothesized balance tendencies....
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