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Unformatted text preview: Evaluation of outcomes X Attitudes Behavioral Intentions Behavior probability of outcomes Strength of norm X Norms modivation to comply evaluation of outcome 1 x outcome 1 probability evaluation of outcome 2 x outcome 2 probability evaluation of outcome n x outcome n probability Predicting behavior: Drinking Alcohol A) Attitude Toward Drinking Alcohol: Outcome Beliefs Outcome Probability Tastes good +4 .9 Relaxing +3 .6 Be Aggressive-8 .2 Have Hangover-4 .4 B) Norms for Drinking Alcohol: Norm Strength Motivation 2 Comply Parental (con) 8(-) +2 Peer (pro) 6+ +6 Exam 1: MONDAY Multiple Choice & TorF Short Answer Go through each experiment, write down who did it, with list of questions, why was it done, what were the researchers trying to show, what did they do-methodology, what did they find-results-no exact #s will be asked....
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