The Imagined Order (Asch)
People get supported in their behavior by a sort of imagined order. Principles like tranference deduct this, but also the experiments on conformity by Asch seem to note this. Sometimes they say that intellectuals need to be protected because their importance, and that the value of the society is also reflected for the respect for this order. Whether this is true is of no real importance. The fact that we do is!
Is helping dependent on groupmembership?
Is helping a case of free will when satisfying status?
What happens when results are not in line with prejudgments?
The Hero (Festinger)
This seems to be a little overstatement, but I certainly agree that people strive for their own mentorship in every case. This is a situation of dissuating and feeling confident about themselves. People don't want to lose, they want to win, neither how with what they will succeed. This is in fact the psychology of self-actualisation and needs time.
How quick do we correct certain thoughts?
Which are the affect-shifts noted here?
The Fool (Cialdini)
You would be amazed how strong this image is. It is almost an archetype seen as in fairytales. We can wonder if real fools truely exist but again this is not really of importance. We need an image to discriminate en resolve conflict. Which is a very strong projection of the other without seeing yourself really true. A strictly social replacement with only a feeling as connection which is in fact putten off.
Who gets no chance in field-studies?
Who seems to have a higher rate into experiments?
The Artist (Simon)
For this I hadn't really an other name, but what other role I would choose to figure someone who makes new combinations in new ways. A mentor is also a possibility but as said is this also having meaning within the role of hero.
Which ingroups are supportive to each other?
Which outgroups have to be corrective to self or others?