persuasibility


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per·sua·si·ble

 (pər-swā′zə-bəl, -sə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being persuaded; persuadable.

per·sua′si·bil′i·ty, per·sua′si·ble·ness n.
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Not only should attorneys be cautious when conducting voir dire (i.e., jury selection) by considering the persuasibility of each juror, they should also be aware of these elements when presenting their case.
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A behavioral assessment of persuasibility: Consistency of individual differences.
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Cox and Bauer (1964) found self-confidence and persuasibility related to susceptibility among men and women (Bauer, 1970).
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Their research demonstrated that a relationship between self-confidence and persuasibility, previously found among men, also existed among women under certain conditions.
The Persuasibility of Elderly Consumers: A Study of Locus on Control and Responsiveness to Fear Appeals.
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