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The Resource Individual differences and social influence, Jerry M. Burger, guest editor

Individual differences and social influence, Jerry M. Burger, guest editor

Label
Individual differences and social influence
Title
Individual differences and social influence
Statement of responsibility
Jerry M. Burger, guest editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Burger, Jeremy M
Series statement
Social influence ;
Series volume
v. 5, no. 3, July 2010
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  • Social influence
  • Individual differences
Label
Individual differences and social influence, Jerry M. Burger, guest editor
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • The interactive influence of conscientiousness and openness to experience on dissent
  • Dominic J. Packer
  • Linking the perceived ability to influence others to subjective well-being: a need-based approach
  • Kristin L. Sommer and Martin J. Bourgeois
  • Participants are people too: introduction to the special issue on individual differences and social influence
  • Jerry M. Burger
  • Preference for consistency and social influence: a review of current research findings
  • Rosanna E. Guadagno and Robert B. Cialdini
  • Reducing prejudice via cognitive dissonance: individual differences in preference for consistency moderate the effects of counter-attitudinal advocacy
  • Kirsten Heitland and Gerd Bohner
  • Individual differences in reasoning style as a moderator of the identifiable victim effect
  • James Friedrich and Acacia McGuire
Control code
ocn635485926
Dimensions
cm
Extent
p. [149]-244
Isbn
9781848727342
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)635485926
Label
Individual differences and social influence, Jerry M. Burger, guest editor
Publication
Contents
  • The interactive influence of conscientiousness and openness to experience on dissent
  • Dominic J. Packer
  • Linking the perceived ability to influence others to subjective well-being: a need-based approach
  • Kristin L. Sommer and Martin J. Bourgeois
  • Participants are people too: introduction to the special issue on individual differences and social influence
  • Jerry M. Burger
  • Preference for consistency and social influence: a review of current research findings
  • Rosanna E. Guadagno and Robert B. Cialdini
  • Reducing prejudice via cognitive dissonance: individual differences in preference for consistency moderate the effects of counter-attitudinal advocacy
  • Kirsten Heitland and Gerd Bohner
  • Individual differences in reasoning style as a moderator of the identifiable victim effect
  • James Friedrich and Acacia McGuire
Control code
ocn635485926
Dimensions
cm
Extent
p. [149]-244
Isbn
9781848727342
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)635485926

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