Commit and Consist q and a

Commit and Consist q and a - D) View being the “master of...

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QUESTIONS COMMITMENT AND CONSISTENCY (answers are underlined) 1. Larry views himself as a master on the grill. He loves to barbeque and he prides himself on his secret barbeque sauce recipe. At a recent family barbeque, everyone preferred Uncle Jake’s ribs over Larry’s ribs. Also, a couple of Larry’s cousins said Larry’s special sauce was awful. Which of the following is NOT a way that Larry can reduce dissonance? A) Decide that his cousins have no idea what a good sauce tastes likes B) Decide that Uncle Jake bribed everyone C) View being the “master of the grill” as more important
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Unformatted text preview: D) View being the “master of the grill” as less important 2. When arousal is low, which best explains the induced compliance paradigm? A) Cognitive dissonance B) Self-identity C) Self-presentation D) Self-perception 3. Bob took part as a research participant in an experiment. The experiment included an induced compliance procedure. Bob took part in counter attitudinal behavior and consequently felt foolish. Bob experienced: A) Moral dissonance B) Hedonic dissonance C) Increased private self-attention D) Increased public self-attention...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course CMN 152 taught by Professor Puckering during the Spring '06 term at UC Davis.

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