“Since nonconformity often has a social cost, observers may infer that a nonconforming individual is in a powerful position that allows her to risk the social costs of nonconformity without fear of losing her place in the social hierarchy,” wrote the authors.In a series of studies, then, they demonstrated that under certain conditions people conferred higher status — and competence — to nonconforming individuals as opposed to those who behaved as expected.First, participants completed a Narcissistic Personality Inventory, an online series of 40 paired statements in which the one that best reflects their personality is selected.Then, the participants recorded how often they tweeted and/or updated their Facebook status during a routine day. With i OS 6 you can send a tweet to Twitter or post to Facebook right from Notification Center.Whether you're using the new i Phone 5, or a newly updated i Phone, i Pod touch, or i Pad, the Share Widget makes Twitter and Facebook buttons only a swipe away.By clicking the “Post Link” box, the updates on your Facebook Fan Page will have a shortened link that if clicked, will open up that particular tweet in your Twitter profile.
If you’d like me to help / set this up for you, then contact me here.
If you no longer want your tweets to post to Facebook, you can disconnect the sites completely or temporarily stop tweets from posting to your personal profile or business page.
Although both options prevent future tweets from posting to Facebook, neither removes updates already posted on your profile or page. Scroll down to the Facebook section of the settings.
For instance, shop assistants who worked in a luxury boutique in Milan thought a female customer wearing gym clothes and a jean jacket was of higher status than a woman who was more "properly dressed.” Yet the researchers also found that such positive interpretations of nonconforming behavior disappeared in three contexts: when the nonconforming behavior was depicted as unintentional; when the observer was unfamiliar with the environment; and when there were no shared standards of conduct on which to understand behavior.
Sources: Davenport SW, Bergman SM, Bergman JZ, Fearrington ME.