Multi-Characteristic Status Situations and the Determination of Power and Prestige Order
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This technical report builds on the research reported in Technical Report 32. It reports a second experiment investigating how two status characteristics affect expectations and power and prestige. The theoretical goal was to further compare predictions based on combining all status information and predictions based on "balancing" or ignoring some information. The combining assumption was later incorporated in the general theory.
Berger, Joseph; Fisek, M. Hamit; Crosbie, Paul V (2015). Multi-Characteristic Status Situations and the Determination of Power and Prestige Order. Available electronically from
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