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Exercise 13.2 Recognizing Immediate Effects Think about the differences among cognitive, belief, attitude, emotion, behavior, and physiology effects. Then think about what has happened to you in your life after particular media exposures. On a blank sheet of paper, divide the page into six rows and label them cognitive, belief, attitudinal, emotional, behavioral, and physiological. For each row, see if you can list at least two effects that have happened to you immediately after being exposed to the media. Name the immediate effect, and then describe a specific example of how the media have affected you or someone you know. Use the list below to guide your thinking. a. Cognitive: Media can immediately plant ideas and information. - Change how I perceive a certain cause, as a result of media

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