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Unformatted text preview: Weiten Chapter 15 Description Instructions Modify Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Modify Remove Question Joey said, "I don't like birds at all. They have spindly legs, are not cuddly, and could peck your eyes out. I would never buy a bird as a pet." Which statement is the cognitive component of Joey's attitude towards birds? Answer I don't like birds at all. They have spindly legs, are not cuddly, and could peck your eyes out. I would never buy a bird as a pet. All of the listed answers. Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Modify Remove Question Jack told his mom that he had seen a lot of people doing it." In actuality, Jack had really only seen three people lick the frozen pole. He wasn't lying--he honestly estimated having seen more cases of people licking the frozen pole than had actually occurred. This example illustrates the... Answer fundamental attribution error social loafing error illusory correlation source error Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Modify Remove Question A father suggests that his son's low marks in school are due to the child's laziness. The father has made... Answer an external attribution a distinctive attribution an internal attribution a situational attribution Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Modify Remove Question You are likely to attribute your own failing grade on a test to ___; your roommate is more likely to attribute your failing grade to ____. Answer an unfair test; your poor study habits your poor study habits; an unfair test a poor teacher; an unfair test your own stupidity; a poor teacher Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Modify Remove Question If you want to change someone's attitude, it's a good idea to know what factors could cause a change in attitude. Which of the following are important factors for persuasion (i.e., changing an attitude)? Answer Characteristics of the person giving the message for an attitude change. Whether or not the message gives logical points for an attitude change. Whether or not the person has been warned that there will be an attempt to change his/her attitude. All of the listed answers....
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