Each discussion group was comprised of a single participant and two to four trained confederates we compare differences in the number of experimenters and find no effects; for more information see S4 File. London: Karnac Books; Solms, M. Janis, I. There is also variability in the current social context of these immigrant populations here in the United States and these differences may influence patterns of services use and need for services in specific Latino subgroups.
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Movement back and forth from homeland to U. Weiner, B. It emphasized subjective meaning, rejection of determinism, and concern for positive growth rather than pathology. American Political Science Review. Our experiment builds on these works by examining the micro-process underlying opinion change for a politically charged topic discussed in a real context.
In contrast, the social perspective is based on sociocultural theories of learning that emphasize the role of social interaction with more knowledgeable others Vygotsky, and activity-oriented work in a social setting Leont'ev,