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AbstractThe study examines several well-known and some newly proposed theories of coalition formation by asking subjects to imagine themselves in circumscribed situations and - knowing all resources - to choose one or several coalition partners in the tetrad.The coalition tendencies are not predicted by one unique theory but by a bundle of theories in which the sometimes competing detail theories have their specific range of application. The findings corroborate the partial value of the theorydoi:10.1515/zfsoz-1977-0105 fatcat:fmoddnw5nzfibhznpojt6x5dze