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A Test of the Law of Anticipated Reactions
(Social Psychological Quarterly, 1988)
a. This WP continues investigations in WP 84-3 and 84-10. The authors report an experiment in which they varied the expected likelihood that an advantaged central actor would punish others for attempting to change an ...
Uncertainty, Potential Power, and Nondecisions
(Transaction Publishers, 1985)
The authors develop a definition of potential power—what an actor could to another actor if the first cared strongly enough about something—and explore its properties. Experimental research shows that potential power affects ...
Why Do Individuals Nondecide under Uncertainty?
a. This WP continues the investigation in WP 84-3. There, they found that influence accepted by an actor S was negatively related to a central person’s (C) power even if S did not know how C’s preferences or how likely C ...