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S. Alexander Haslam, Craig Mcgarty & John C. Turner

In: What's Social about Social Cognition? Research on Socially Shared Cognition in Small Groups

Chapter 2: Salient Group Memberships and Persuasion: The Role of Social Identity in the Validation of Beliefs

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Salient Group Memberships and Persuasion: The Role of Social Identity in the Validation of Beliefs
Salient group memberships and persuasion: The role of social identity in the validation of beliefs
S. AlexanderHaslam
CraigMcgarty
John C.Turner

As other contributors to this volume note, failure to take into account the distinct nature of social cognition has been quite widespread in social psychological research. In large part, this can be seen to ...

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