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“…Similar patterns of results were documented in several other recent studies. First, Ronfard et al (2021) found that 6‐ to 8‐year‐old (but not younger; see also Ronfard et al, 2020) U.S. and Chinese children were more likely to accept an adult's counterintuitive claim and less likely to test the validity of this claim (when an opportunity to do so in private was provided) to the extent that their mothers were high in authoritarianism. Second, Guidetti et al (2017) documented systematic individual differences in Italian 4‐ to 6‐year‐olds' tendency to adopt their group's normative positions at the expense of their personal convictions—another trademark of authoritarianism.…”
Section: What Is Political Ideology?mentioning
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“…Similar patterns of results were documented in several other recent studies. First, Ronfard et al (2021) found that 6‐ to 8‐year‐old (but not younger; see also Ronfard et al, 2020) U.S. and Chinese children were more likely to accept an adult's counterintuitive claim and less likely to test the validity of this claim (when an opportunity to do so in private was provided) to the extent that their mothers were high in authoritarianism. Second, Guidetti et al (2017) documented systematic individual differences in Italian 4‐ to 6‐year‐olds' tendency to adopt their group's normative positions at the expense of their personal convictions—another trademark of authoritarianism.…”
Section: What Is Political Ideology?mentioning