|I think this section needs work
||[May. 27th, 2011|12:55 pm]
At ingroup positive interactions 60 and above there is a very clear pattern of an increase in positive interactions leading to an incrrease in group size, with lower levels of similarity desire producing slightly higher identification scores. This can be simply explained, more positive interactions produce more identification increases which lead to a higher identification. Additionally a lower similarity desire means that group agents are more likely to be in contact with nongroup agents, which leads to extra identification increases through the rejection-identification rule.|
The results when ingroup positive interactions are less than 60 are far less intuitive, as an increase in the number of ingroup positive interactions appears to lead to a decrease in identification. That's just fucking wierd and makes no sense.