attitude cognitive dissonance situational demand Add Question Here Question 156

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attitude. cognitive dissonance. situational demand. Add Question Here Question 156 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is a learned disposition to respond to people, objects, or institutions in a positive or negative way. Answer Cognitive dissonance Socialization Attitude Attribution Add Question Here Question 157 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) _____ is a mixture of belief and emotion that predisposes a person to respond to other people, objects, or institutions in a positive or negative way. Answer cognition attitude reaction disposition self-assertion Add Question Here
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Question 158 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding attitudes, which of the following statements is/are TRUE? Answer Attitudes orient us to the social world. Attitudes prepare us to act in certain ways. Attitudes summarize our evaluation of objects. All of these statements characterize attitudes. Add Question Here Question 159 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Attitudes summarize your _____ of objects. Answer reexamination acceptance evaluation appreciation Add Question Here Question 160 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The measurement of attitudes is valuable to psychologists because they Answer are useful for studying the interaction between the conscious and the unconscious in our psyches. help to predict people's future behavior and responses. are the most important personality variables. represent the clearest expression of our underlying needs and emotions. Add Question Here Question 161 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The _____ was a research study that involved wrongly-addressed materials being sent to English households with the packages bearing either an English name or an Irish name Answer cognitive dissonance approach misdirected letter technique social distance scale "F" test Add Question Here Question 162 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In the misdirected letter technique, the letters were more often thrown away by people living in Northern Ireland households where Answer cognitive dissonance existed. anti-English attitudes existed. anti-Irish attitudes existed. older families lived. Add Question Here Question 163 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In the misdirected letter technique, wrongly addressed letters were sent to households with the letters either having an English name or an Irish name. This technique was used to show how actions, such as throwing away letters, could be predicted from knowing people’s Answer cognitive dissonance level. attitudes toward specific ethnic groups. degree of socialization with specific ethnic groups. norms regarding proper behavior regarding what to do with misdirected letters.
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