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Popular Delusions: How Social Conformity Molds Society and Politics By Stephen Colem ...

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Popular Delusions:

INDEX

abortion decisions, 93, 150

spatial model, 215

agent-based models, 190, 192, 226

American presidential elections, 144

county analysis, 153

in 1932, 148

in 1968, 148, 213

in 1992, 150

spatial models, 210

voting for House of Representatives, 153

arcsine law, 200

Asch’s experiment, 41

Austria, 155, 162, 177

baby names (see personal names) bandwagon effect, 131, 152, 194

bootstrap, 111, 182

note, 15

Borodin, Alexander, 164, 184

note, 37

Brazil, 170

Britain, 68, 131, 159, 177

bystander nonintervention, 265

Canada, 154, 163

census, 67, 89

Cialdini’s conformity theory, 45, 72

civic culture, 54, 67, 221

Cohen, Lenard, 164, 214

collective action, 17

collective decisions, 3, 14

collectivism, 59, 70

compulsory voting, 69, 142, 170

conformity, 1, 42

America in 1950s, 40

binge drinking, 12, 49

brain, 46, 48

bystander nonintervention, 265

change typology, 194

computer simulation, 7, 190, 192

crime, 101

descriptive norm, 43

economics, 51

experiments, 49

evolutionary, 6, 53, 200

factions, 136, 259

family, 13, 55

Germany, 54, 57, 84, 118, 154, 202, 216, 227, 230

group norm, 30, 43, 68, 72

group polarization, 178, 259

harmonic spatial distribution, 212

implosion, 225

informational norm, 43, 45, 51

injunctive norm, 45

Japan, 42, 54, 56, 119, 168, 200, 215

measurement, 65, 66

moral reasoning, 12, 41, 43, 68, 93, 103

nonconscious, 4, 5, 46

Pepsi challenge, 46

primates, 6

priming, 45

principle of social proof, 45, 72

principles, 14

predictive test, 135

public health, 13

public policy, 18, 49, 102, 125, 264