Two dimensions of interpersonal attitudes: Liking depends on communion, respect depends on agency
Bogdan Wojciszke , Andrea E. Abele , Wiesław Baryła
AbstractLiking and respect are proposed as two dimensions of interpersonal attitudes. Whereas liking–disliking reflects personal preferences, respect–disrespect reflects deference. Four studies involving a variety of samples and target persons showed that: (1) liking is more strongly influenced by communal than agentic qualities of the target, (2) respect is more strongly influenced by agentic than communal qualities of the target, (3) influence of communal information on liking is mediated by the perceived benevolence of the target, (4) influence of agentic information on respect is mediated by the inferred status potential of the target person.
|Journal series||European Journal of Social Psychology, ISSN 0046-2772, (A 30 pkt)|
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|Citation count*||265 (2021-04-14)|
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