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Attitudes


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people who were most physiologically reactive to sudden loud noise were more likely to want the death penalty. This implies that .... characteristics are important in predisposing us towards certain attitudes.
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The four features of the Theory of Planned Behaviour are...
Subjective norms, specific behaviour, perception of control, intentions
Attitudes are stronger when they....
Directly affect own interests, reflects deeply held views, affects friends, family
Inoculation hypothesis
Protecting attitudes like protecting body against diseases, weak doses will build a body's defense mechanisms
Psychological reactance
Resisting attempts by someone else to persuade us
Festinger's cognitive dissonance theory
If behaviour-attitude discrepancy, people motivated to restore equilibrium
Cooper and Fazio- four steps to achieving dissonance
Negative consequence, personal responsibility, arousal, attribution of arousal
Impression management
People only want to appear consistent
Self-esteem theory
People with high self-esteem more likely to change attitudes after discrepant behaviour
Self-affirmation theory
People desire self-esteem to be affirmed