The Psychology of Attitudes
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, 1993 - Psychology - 794 pages
This text is a comprehensive advanced level textbook designed for courses in the psychology of attitudes and related studies in attitude measurement and social cognition. Written by two eminent scholars in the field, the book has comprehensive coverage of classic and modern research.
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The Nature of Attitudes
The Cognitive Affective and Behavioral Analysis of Attitudes
Attitudes As Schemas
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acceptance action addition analysis argued arguments assessed associated assumed attention attitude change attitude object attitudinal attributes behavior beliefs Cacioppo Chaiken Chapter classical conditioning cognitive communicator complex consequences considered consistent context contrast correlations cues determinants developed direct discussion dissonance effects elaboration evaluative example expected experimental experiments exposure extent favorable Figure findings function given greater heuristic idea impact implications important increased indicated individual induced influence integration intentions interest interpretation involvement issue Journal judgment less majority meaning measures mediate method minority motivational negative normative noted obtained occur one's particular perceived person persuasion Petty positive predictions presented presumably probability processing produce reasoned recipients relation relatively relevant represent responses scale settings shown situations Social Psychology statements stimuli structure studies subjects suggested systematic theory thinking thought types validity values variables