EFFECTS OF STRESS, COMMUNICATION RELEVANCE AND BIRTH ORDER ON OPINION CHANGE
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN AUSTIN United States
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Subjects under high or low fear were presented with a communication these under high fear showed significantly greater change on topics both relevant and irrelevant to the source of fear. There was a nonsignificant tendency for first-born Ss to show more change. Fear manipulation was confirmed by 2 stress measures, Mood Adjective Check List and Palmar Sweat Index.