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What is the attitude accessibility theory?

What is the attitude accessibility theory?


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Lecture 3 m con social judgement theory: hd-selective perception - ppi already have a way

of looking @ the world - selective exposure - you only expose yourself to stuff you agree with expose themselves to

What is the meaning of implicit attitudes?

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We also discuss several other topics like How are drugs excreted from the body?

Christians will not go to Athiests United meeting

•study-smoking us. non smoking messages

- could turn knob to get rid of static there are stuctions when we look @ Oppositional views, but selective exposure is the norm -Pick friends, neighborhoods, news channel that align w/ your views / attitudes political segregation - choose news sources

What is the meaning of prejudice in implicit attitudes?

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that align w/ your point of view (FOX = conserv echo chambers" ego involument ppl - not the only ppl who have strong attitudes

-everyone is biased on some issue these ideas are usually not from yourself, but from influences (upbring

ing, etc - other ppl have valid perspectives

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issue, person, etc.

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or linkage - attitude association between an object & evaluation - ex- link between country & patriotic feeling -ex- link between ethnic identity & pride If you want to learn more check out What is the tone in the line "shall i compare thee to a summer's day" by shakespeare?

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- some strong attitudes =subconscious (ex-racist feelings) - prejudice -blindly nating ppl from

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- do we have dual attitudes? or are they

just complex aware unaware)? some feelings (gut-levels are so strong that they go against social norm

- very difficult to persuade otherwise * Funchonal Approach to attitudes (theory)

- attitudes serve diff. functions for ppl" *-in order to persuade someone, consider what

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Pol get from 6 main functions/benefits of attitudes:

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- helping ppl make sense of the wond. - Provides structure / overarching framework -ex- religious attitudes-blea God has

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- help ppl obtain rewards/ avoid

punishment -ex- (t) attitude towards Stats 10

even tho I hate math - helps me get thru the class

-ex- at athlete likes coach 3 social adjustive

-help us tt into a certain group -ex- (1) attitude toward rap music B. so that I can get along w/ my

roommates 4 social identity that I

- attitudes we use to communicate

who I am -(t) attitude toward tattoos ble it

shows I am unique ledgey © value expressive

- support recycling to show that you value the environment

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- adopt attitude to shield yourself

from uncomfortable outcome -ex- I don't like some one bo

I think they don't like me.

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