Chapter 4 - The foot-in-the-door phenomenon Evil acts and...

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Social Psychology Social Psychology Behaviors and Attitudes Behaviors and Attitudes (Chapter Four) (Chapter Four)
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When do attitudes predict behavior? Minimizing social influences on expressed attitudes Bogus Pipeline, simulates lie detector -> honesty Minimizing other influences on behavior Predicting others behavior using an aggregate Examining attitudes specific to the behavior M predict behavior Making attitudes potent Make people self-conscious Draw on direct, relevant experience 2 of 16
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Does behavior determine attitudes? Role playing Saying becomes believing
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Unformatted text preview: The foot-in-the-door phenomenon Evil acts and attitudes Interracial behavior and attitudes Social movements 5 of 16 7 of 16 8 of 16 Why does behavior affect attitudes? Self-presentation theory Cognitive dissonance theory Insufficient justification Dissonance after decisions 9 of 16 10 of 16 11 of 16 12 of 16 13 of 16 Why does behavior affect attitudes (cont.)? Self-perception theory Over-justification and intrinsic motivations Comparing the theories 14 of 16 15 of 16 16 of 16...
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Chapter 4 - The foot-in-the-door phenomenon Evil acts and...

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