Which of the following statements about the foot-in the-door phenomenon is false? a. People who agree to a small action are less likely to agree to a larger one later. b. The Chinese army took advantage of this phenomenon in the thought control program they used on prisoners during the Korean War. c. To get people to agree to something big, start small and build. d. Succumb to a temptation and you will find the next temptation harder to resist. e. This phenomenon has been used to boost charitable contributions, blood donations, and product sales.
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People who agree to a small action are likely to agree to a larger one later.