Perceptions of Information Relevance and Importance under Truel Stress.
PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND
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The effect of increasing truel stress conflict among three parties without coalition formation i.e. war among three nations on the perception of information relevance and importance was investigated. Control groups exposed to four periods of duel two nation conflict did not modify their perception of information relevance and importance. Experimental groups exposed to four periods of duel conflict, threat of potential truel conflict, threat of imminent truel conflict, and truel conflict, perceived information relevance and importance as gradually increasing. It was concluded that predictions based on complexity theory can be applied to truelling.
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