Attitudes - TUDES Attitudes Psychological tendencies to...

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Attitudes Psychological tendencies to view things favorably or unfavorably We tend to try to understand others’ attitudes in an attempt to understand their current or past behavior or to predict their future behavior.
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The ABC Model Affective (Evaluative) Component: how we FEEL about something Behavioral Component: How you would like to behave towards something. Cognitive Component: What we BELIEVE about something Actual order is CAB
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We can accurately infer a person’s future behavior towards someone or something if we know his/her attitude towards that person or thing. A. True B. False
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Perceptions Beliefs Beliefs Feelings Feelings Behavioral  Behavioral  Intentions Intentions ATTITUDE ATTITUDE                   Emotional Emotional                   Episodes Episodes                                                 Behavior? Behavior?
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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