Dominance-submissiveness as an effective response to situations and as predictor of approach-avoidance

Thompson Biggers1, Olaf Rankis1
1University of Miami, United States
Cite this article:  Biggers, T. , & Rankis, O. (1983). Dominance-submissiveness as an effective response to situations and as predictor of approach-avoidance. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 11, 61-70.

Volume 11 Issue 2 | e410 | Published: August 1983 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1983.11.2.61

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The main and interactive effects of dominance on approach-avoidance behavior were investigated. Two levels each of pleasure, arousal, and dominance were combined in a fully factorial design. The results suggested that dominance may be more important when predicting approach-avoidance than previously believed. Earlier research, suggesting that individuals prefer submissiveness eliciting situations, is questioned.
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