The Manipulation of Human Behavior

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pressures extend into future behavior are of critical concern. Such experiments are not difficult to design. For the most part, they represent an extension of the conditions already used in studying conformity to secure measurements of the residual effects of conformity pressures. Great progress in the understanding of both conformity and conversion phenomena may be expected from investigations designed to measure the persistence of conversion over time.


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