Tuesday, October 19, 2010

You maybe, not me!

Four studies demonstrated both the power of group influence in persuasion and people’s blindness to it.  . . . participants denied having been influenced by their political group, although they believed that other individuals, especially their ideological adversaries, would be so influenced.
 Party Over Policy by Geoffrey Cohen
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