Effect of minimal compensation o Presenting an attitude or opinion that opposes

Effect of minimal compensation o presenting an

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Effect of minimal compensationoPresenting an attitude or opinion that opposes the persons initial attitudeoExample: students asked to write an essay arguing why tuition fees should be increasedTopic 4Effects of alcohol (depressant)oLow effort processingrespond to salient cues
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oOverestimate own abilitiesoMore prone to do risky thingsEffects of caffeine (stimulant)oEnhances memory recall, logical reasoningoStrong arguments are more persuasivePhysical movements and attitudeoA possibility that specific motor actions are deeply tied to difference levels of approval or disapprovalMotor actions and emotionsoStudy of people asked to watch a cartoon and either grio a pen in their mouth using their teeth or lipsoUsing teeth- a smile producedoUsing lips- a frown producedoWhichever way they chose to hold the pen in their mouth affected their emotions towards the cartoonMotor actions and attitudeoShaking head- negative feelingoNodding head- positive feelingBodily action as a cueoShould occur when there is a lack of motivation and ability to think about a persuasive messageoDon’t need car, pen in mouth smiling, think about wanting carActions associated with approval or approach areoHead shaking, pulling food towards your mouthAttitudes found to be related heritabilityoJob attitudeoPolitical preferencesAfter studies were done, this was found about attitudes and heritabilityoAttitude strength is positively correlated with heritability attitudesThese two things can impact attitude and heritability correlationoIntelligenceoTemperamentAlcohol can affect our attitudes as a result of intoxication which leads individualsoTo pay more attention to salient features of the environmentCaffeine influences the attention individuals devote tooPersuasive messagesSome studies suggest there is an _______ link between genes and attitudesoindirect
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