Shock compression and rebound damping are adjusted when cornering. The inside shocks increase in rebound damping while the outside shocks increase compression to control body roll. The inside shocks decrease in compression to stabilize the vehicle for any bumps on the inside wheels while the outside shocks may reduce rebound in some cases to promote traction.
The outside shocks will resist compression and the inside shocks will resist extension.
Damping biases front to rear throughout the corner entry, apex, and exit.