GenPsych.Lecture21.Sakai.Fall2011.11.21.2011

GenPsych.Lecture21.Sakai.Fall2011.11.21.2011 - Who We Like...

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Who We Like and Listen To Instructor: George Chavez Lecture 21
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Cognitive Dissonance Festinger & Carlsmith (1959) had participants do an extremely boring task. Then asked that they tell another person “The study is pretty interesting. You learn a lot about yourself.” Some students then received $1 $20
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Cognitive Dissonance Participants then rated how much they enjoyed the experiment. .. What were the results? Cognitive Dissonance: _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _______________________.
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The Persuasion Process Petty and Cacioppo’s (1977) E______ L_______ M______ There are two ways we process persuasive information Centrally : Looking at the _______ details of the argument Peripherally : Looking at the ________ details of the argument
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The Persuasion Process Which is a Central vs Peripheral processing question? -Is the argument interesting to listen to?
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 690 taught by Professor Chavez during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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