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In some of these applications, an averaging formulation might be more appropriate. For present purposes, however, this problem can be bypassed. In each of these applications, the qualitative force model is quite similar to the rationale used by the investigators. Even in these simple applications, however, there can be a gain in clarity and precision by making the model explicit. In particular, the model helps clarify how different dependent variables require different theoretical analysis. 1. Mills and Jellison (1967) This experiment gives a nice illustration of the additive force model and its relation to two dependent variables.
1 condition) ($20 condition) To deduce the true opinion itself requires one further integration. The internal force is assumed to correspond to source credibility, as in Bem’s discussion, so that the $1 condition represents greater credibility. In the integration model, source credibility corresponds to the weight parameter and so would multiply the scale value of the speech to yield a larger product for the $1condition (Anderson, 1971a, Application 3). Integration with the initial expectation would then yield the obtained result.
Since that seems not unreasonable, the observed extent of divergence may be theoretically appropriate. Nevertheless, the possibility that some subjects add rather than multiply may need to be checked out (Shanteau & Anderson, 1972; see also Anderson, 1970a, Eq. 18). Partial operation of an adding model would dilute the divergence without affecting the bilinear form. In addition, the alternative conjunctive averaging model cannot be ruled out (Anderson & Butzin, 1974). b. Judgments of Motivation.