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Which of the following phenomena is best explained by cognitive dissonance theory?
The foot-in-the-door phenomenon
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According to cognitive dissonance theory, dissonance is most likely to occur when
An individual does something that is personally disagreeable
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According to cognitive dissonance theory, dissonance is most likely to occur when:
an individual does something that is personally disagreeable.
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According to cognitive dissonance theory, dissonance is most likely to occur when: a) A person’s behavior is not based on strongly held attitudes b) Two people have conflicting attitudes and find themselves in disagreement c) An individual chooses to do something that is personally disagreeable d) An individual is coerced into doing something that he or she does not want to do
c) An individual chooses to do something that is personally disagreeable
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Cognitive dissonance theory is most helpful for understanding the impact of
role playing on attitude change
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Cognitive dissonance theory is most helpful for understanding the impact of:
role-playing on attitude change.
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According to cognitive dissonance theory, the best way to cause people to change attitudes is to
Show them that their current attitude is inconsistent with their actual behavior
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Leon Festinger’s Cognitive Dissonance Theory
the conflict that you feel when your attitudes are not in synch with your behaviors
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Criticisms of cognitive dissonance theory
– not everyone experiences dissonance when their attitudes and behaviours don’t match up – ignores situational influences on behaviour
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What is the difference between self-perception theory and cognitive dissonance theory?
Self-perception theory explains classic dissonance findings in terms of how people infer the causes of their behavior. It is essentially attributional in nature, whereas cognitive dissonance theory explains findings in terms of a natural tendency to reduce inner conflict, tension, dissonance. (Lecture 2.4)
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