OF STATUS AND SUITS: PERSONAL SPACE INVASIONS IN AN ADMINISTRATIVE SETTING
The present experiment sought to determine if status would affect avoidance of personal space invasions. The drinking behavior of male passersby at a water fountain in an administration building was recorded by a female observer. Either a low status, high status or no confederate stood near the fountain. The results showed that there was a significantly lower rate of drinking 'at a water fountain when a high status confederate stood nearby than when no confederate was present.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1987-01-01
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