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      Tracing the threads: How five moral concerns (especially Purity) help explain culture war attitudes

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      Journal of Research in Personality
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              Party over policy: The dominating impact of group influence on political beliefs.

              Four studies demonstrated both the power of group influence in persuasion and people's blindness to it. Even under conditions of effortful processing, attitudes toward a social policy depended almost exclusively upon the stated position of one's political party. This effect overwhelmed the impact of both the policy's objective content and participants' ideological beliefs (Studies 1-3), and it was driven by a shift in the assumed factual qualities of the policy and in its perceived moral connotations (Study 4). Nevertheless, participants denied having been influenced by their political group, although they believed that other individuals, especially their ideological adversaries, would be so influenced. The underappreciated role of social identity in persuasion is discussed.
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                Journal of Research in Personality
                Journal of Research in Personality
                Elsevier BV
                00926566
                April 2012
                April 2012
                : 46
                : 2
                : 184-194
                Article
                10.1016/j.jrp.2012.01.006
                7cb3db37-9381-4077-9103-0356ebb3a51a
                © 2012

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