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Browsing Social Psychology - Faculty Research by Subject "coercion"
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How Voluntariness of Apologies Affects Actual and Hypothetical Victims' Perceptions of the Offender (2012)Apologies are important in social interactions. Study 1 investigated participants’ reactions after being insulted by a confederate and receiving no apology, a voluntary apology, a coerced apology with consequences (i.e., ...