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Threatening intergroup relationships: Personal versus group-related moderators of conformity as a function of the level of self-categorization. Authors:
Falomir-Pichastor, Juan Manuel, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, Juan.Falomir@unige.ch  Mugny, Gabriel, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Address:
Falomir-Pichastor, Juan Manuel, University of Geneva, Social Psychology, 40 bd. du Pont d’Arve, 1205, Geneva, Switzerland,Juan.Falomir@unige.ch  Source:
Social Psychology, Vol 42(4), 2011. pp. 279-291
Publisher:
Germany: Hogrefe Publishing
Other Journal Titles:
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie
Other Publishers:
Germany: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers
Switzerland: Verlag Hans Huber
ISSN:
1864-9335 (Print)
2151-2590 (Electronic)
Language:
English
Keywords:
antismoking attitude, ingroup threat, internal motivation, self-categorization, social influence, tolerance norm, conformity Abstract:
Five experiments investigated among nonsmokers with initial antismoking attitudes conformity to a norm of intergroup tolerance and nondiscrimination (i.e., a counterattitudinal norm) as a function of the personal versus categorical referent used in intergroup comparisons (self-categorization level), the motivation to respond without prejudice, and the perceived ingroup threat. Results showed that conformity (i.e., a reduction of support for antismoking actions) was moderated by the ingroup threat in the category-referent condition (i.e., conformity was observed only when the perceived threat was low), but by the internal motivation to respond without prejudice in the personal-referent condition. These findings suggest the existence of different moderators of conformity as a function of the self-categorization level. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract) Subjects:

*Attitudes; *Conformity (Personality); *Intergroup Dynamics; *Tobacco Smoking; *Tolerance; Intrinsic Motivation; Self Concept;Social Influences; Threat Classification:
Group & Interpersonal Processes (3020)
Population:
Human (10)
Male (30)
Female (40)
Age Group:
Adolescence (13-17 yrs) (200)
Adulthood (18 yrs & older) (300)
Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs) (320)
Thirties (30-39 yrs) (340)
Middle Age (40-64 yrs) (360)
Grant Sponsorship:
Sponsor: National Foundation for Scientific Research; Switzerland Grant: 100011-100283
Recipients: No recipient indicated
Methodology:
Empirical Study; Quantitative Study
Format Covered:
Electronic
Publication Type:
Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal
Document Type:
Journal Article
Publication History:
Accepted Date: Sep 28, 2010; Revised Date: Aug 1, 2010; First Submitted Date: Sep 30, 2009 Release Date:
20110926
Correction Date:
20111226
Copyright:
Hogrefe Publishing. 2011.
Digital Object Identifier:
10.1027/1864-9335/a000082
PsycARTICLES Identifier:
zsp-42-4-279
Accession Number:
2011-21507-003
Number of Citations in Source:
44
Database:
PsycARTICLES
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Threatening Intergroup Relationships : Personal Versus Group-Related Moderators of Conformityas a Function of the Level of Self-Categorization -------------------------------------------------
Contents
1. The Present Research
2. Experiment 1
3. Method
4. Results
5. Discussion
6. Experiment 2
7. Method
8. Results
9. Discussion
10. Experiment 3
11. Method
12. Results
13. Discussion
14. Experiment 4
15. Method
16. Results
17. Discussion
18. Experiment 5
19. Method
20. Results
21. Discussion
22. General Discussion
23. Footnotes
24. References
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By: Juan Manuel Falomir-Pichastor 
University of Geneva, Switzerland 
Gabriel Mugny 
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Acknowledgement: These studies were supported by the National Foundation for...
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