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Minority status decreases sense of control and increases interpretive processing.
Social Cognition
Author(s): Ana Guinote, Megan Brown, Susan Fiske

Abstract: Relative group size consistently affects social perception. This article proposes that minority members lack subjective control over outcomes, so they...

Individuality and Social Influence in Groups: Inductive and Deductive Routes to Group Identity
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 89(5), pg. 747-763
Author(s): Tom Postmes, Russell Spears, Antonia T. Lee, Rosemary J. Novak

Abstract: A distinction between forms of social identity formation in small interactive groups is investigated. In groups in which a common identity is availabl...

Risk-Taking Orientation and Injury Among Youth Workers: Examining the Social Influence of Supervisors, Coworkers, and Parents
Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 90(5), pg. 1027-1035
Author(s): James D. Westaby, J. Krister Lowe

Abstract: Despite youths' susceptibility to social influence, little research has examined the extent to which social factors impact youths' risk-taking orienta...

The Effect of Content and Demeanor on Reactions to Dominance Behavior
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, Vol 9(1), pg. 3-14
Author(s): James E. Driskell, Eduardo Salas

Abstract: Dominance behavior, the attempt to direct or control others through threat, has been shown to be a generally ineffective influence tactic and results ...

Minority Influence in Work Teams: The Impact of Newcomers
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 40(2)
Author(s): Hoon-Seok Choi, John M. Levine

Abstract: Although initial work on minority influence was spurred by interest in group processes, relevant research has rarely examined interactions between maj...

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