Lecture 12 Dominance

Success dovidio brown heltman ellyson keating 1988

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Unformatted text preview: vidio, Brown, Heltman, Ellyson, & Keating (1988) Problems? Chimps and organization of status (ouch) Changes in hierarchies with time Male vs. female hierarchies in Chimps vs. Bonobos MixedMixed-sex dyadic conversations about materials, order of steps, and unique problems associated with tasks Defined tasks w.r.t gender familiarity Content? Context? Dovidio, Dovidio, Brown, Heltman, Ellyson, & Keating (1988) Masculine topic—automotive oil change topic— Feminine topic—pattern sewing topic— Neutral topic—vegetable gardening topic— Expectation States Theory Diffuse status characteristics Specific status characteristics status characteristics Task behavior Expectations 3 Ridgeway & Diekema (1989) Expectation States Theory Performance expectations Status Ridgeway suggests a collective process Behavioral interchange pattern Rosa & Masur—dominance, and dyadic processes Masur— Four person same sex groups with two confederates Dominant confederate: aggressive, threatening manner, dismissive, contemptuous remarks, interrupts, l...
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