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"If a person with a moderately pro position accepts items extending from neutral to strongly pro . . . a change limited to his perception of the moderately con items, in which they come to appear extremely con, should not affect his expressed position. But a change that makes the moderately con...
Stereoscopic perception was investigated using an experimental design similar to those employed in tachistoscopic studies of perceptual defense. "In the first experiment, some of the variables involved in stereoscopic suppression were investigated, while the second experiment demonstrated the...
Festinger's theory (see ^W32:^n 347) states "that a person who is completely forced to behave in a manner he would avoid if possible, experiences no dissonance. On the other hand, a fait accompli––i.e., an event outside of the person's control––might conceivably create dissonance if that...
"This study of self-ratings and other-ratings was designed to investigate (a) whether it is justified to assume the generality of various distance scores regardless of the content involved, (b) the reliability of these scores, and (c) the effect on their generality and reliability when the sign...
Behavior ratings of patients in a psychiatric hospital were used to test the Hullian principle: reaction potential of a response is a function of habit strength and drive strength. Given equality of one factor, individual differences in reaction potential may be attributed to the other. Assuming...
" . . . the results of an attempt to relate need for affiliation to the frequency of four types of communication: (a) use of long distance telephone for social calls, (b) use of the local telephone, (c) writing letters, and (d) visiting close friends and relatives living at a distance."
" . . . persons who show differences in the perceptual attitude of flexibility-rigidity as estimated from the Rorschach test also differ predictably along this dimension in the perceptual response pattern of their dreams . . . . Results confirmed the experimental hypothesis."
Slides showing Negroes elicited greater GSR in Ss having scale-measured prejudice. But the sex of the S also was a factor. "Autonomic activity may be considered as another dimension of attitudinal behavior to be considered along with the verbal and overt action dimension."
"An earlier study see ^W34:^n 804 . . . has demonstrated that approach and avoidance gradients of preference could be obtained from children, following positive or negative reinforcement (success or failure) applied to their response to a training task." This experiment is an extension of that...
An experimental analysis of the part played by preconceived ideas about the phenomenon and the motivation of the S in hypnosis. The difference between genuine and feigned trances is discussed along with a discussion of the theoretical application of the present and previous research. 33 refs.
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