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Nownes (2000) surveyed representatives of interest groups who were registered
as lobbyists of three U.S. state legislatures. One of the issues he studied was
whether interest groups are in competition with each other.

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    Mouradian (2001) surveyed college students selected from a screening session to
    include two groups: (a) “Perpetrators”—students who reported at least one violent
    act (hitting, shoving, etc.) against their partner in their current or most recent
    relationship—and (b) “Comparisons”—students who did not report any such
    uses of violence in any of their last three relationships. At the actual testing session,
    the students first read a description of an aggressive behavior such as,

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    I don't see any questions here.

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    “Perpetrators”—students who reported at least one violent
    act (hitting, shoving, etc.) against their partner in their current or most recent
    relationship—and

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