Society in Mind: The manifestation of structural power and status differences in cognitive and regulatory domains.
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CitationSheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer Anne. 2014. Society in Mind: The manifestation of structural power and status differences in cognitive and regulatory domains.. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractWhere one stands in society matters for how one feels, thinks, and behaves. This dissertation provides evidence for this claim from the perspective of universal psychological mechanisms used to navigate the social world. It argues that in order to understand the behavioral dimension of poverty, inequality, and social hierarchy, one must consider basic mechanisms sensitive to status, power, and coalitions.
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