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Lecture 10 Pluralistic Ignorance

Initially they differ but over trials they converge

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Unformatted text preview: rm develops. Initially, they differ; but over trials, they converge Abrams et al. Actual sessions have groups of 6 (subjects are 1, 2, 3; confederates 4, 5, 6) Abrams et al. 25 trials, people called out their estimate Confederates yoked to subjects: 1-4/21-4/25/35/3-6 Confederates add 5cm to the estimates of subjects, and stay in range of 7-11cm 7after. Abrams et al. Control condition: no mention of groups Categorized: H & J groups (random) Grouped: Categorization followed by 1 minute session of boggle. Conclusion Conclusion Abrams et al. Norm formation and referent informational influence: People believe the illusion is real, and expect to agree with those categorized as expect to agree with those categorized as similar similar What does this mean for pluralistic ignorance 2 Reid, Hogg, & Hutchinson (2010), Study 1 R...
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