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CMN 152 PRACTICE EXAM 2 QUESTIONS (answers are underlined) 1. Of the following element pairs, indicate the pair that is dissonant. a) I want to lose weight/I run 2 miles 4 times a week b) I want to lose weight/I need to get the oil changed in my car c) I want to lose weight/I go to the gym every other day d) I want to lose weight/I like to eat 2 buckets of KFC extra crispy chicken every other day 2. Xavier sees himself as a good student and prides himself on his high GPA and SAT scores. However, he consistently fails to complete the required readings for most of his courses. Which of the following is NOT a way that Xavier can reduce dissonance? a) View being a student as even more important b) View being a student as less important c) Decide that the readings are boring, stupid, and irrelevant to the course content d) Conveniently forget that he tends not to complete the reading 3. Two elements are ___________________ if the opposite of one element
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Unformatted text preview: follows from the other. a) Irrelevant b) Consonant c) Dissonant d) Spurious 4. According to the theory of reasoned action, which of the following is NOT a suggestion for influencing subjective norms? a) Add a new referent b) Increase the salience of an existing referent c) Changing the belief strength attributed to a salient referent d) Changing the motivation to comply with a salient referent 5. According to the theory of reasoned action, subjective norms are based on: a) Salient beliefs about the behavior and the normative expectations of salient others b) Motivation to comply with each salient referent and the belief strength attributed to each salient referent c) Salient beliefs and motivation to comply with salient others d) Normative expectations of salient others and motivation to comply with each referent...
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