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In psychology, an attitude refers to a set of emotions, beliefs, and behaviors toward a particular object, person, thing, or event. Attitudes are often the result of experience or upbringing, and they can have a powerful influence over behavior.
- Attitude Change Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice
- Attitudes – Formation and Change
- THE THEORY OF ATTITUDE FORMATION AND CHANGE AND ITS APPLICATION TO SOCIAL GROUP WORK
Attitude Change Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice
Attitudes – Formation and Change
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THE THEORY OF ATTITUDE FORMATION AND CHANGE AND ITS APPLICATION TO SOCIAL GROUP WORK
Read this article to learn about the theories of Attitude are : 1. Cognitive-Consistency Theories 2. Functional Theories 3. Social Judgment Theories! Though there is a frequent discontinuity between various groupings because related approaches have focused on different sets of phenomena but still such classification is valid from practical point of view.
Attitudes are associated beliefs and behaviors towards some object. Attitudes and attitude objects are functions of affective and cognitive components. It has been suggested that the inter-structural composition of an associative network can be altered by the activation of a single node. Thus, by activating an affective or emotional node, attitude change may be possible, though affective and cognitive components tend to be intertwined. There are three bases for attitude change: compliance , identification , and internalization.
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