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Social Psychology

by: Ryan Watsica

Social Psychology SOC 335

Ryan Watsica

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ryan Watsica on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 335 at California State University - Long Beach taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/218742/soc-335-california-state-university-long-beach in Sociology at California State University - Long Beach.


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Date Created: 10/05/15
Soc335ilHicks Marlowe Discussion Exercise 6 Note Taker Group Members 5 ptseach Attitudes Chap6 N a m Identifythe main ideas involved in the following concepts and provide examples that show how they are related to attitudes and their relation to behavior a main functions of attitudes vertical vs horizontal attitude structure situational constraints dissonance effect vs incentive effect attitudebehavior correspondence subjective norm b C d e f The study of attitudes is particularly important to social psychologists because they contain the main elements of the basic social psychological questionquot a What is an attitude Clarify elaborate and provide an example that illustrates your answer b Identify and discuss the three main components of an attitude Provide an example that illustrates all three components and how they relate to one another The text suggests that three main conditioningsocial learning processes help us to understand how we acquire our attitudes Describe how each of the following processes work in the development of attitudes and provide concrete examples illustrating your answer a instrumental conditioning b classical conditioning c observational learning One main set of theories that attempt to explain how attitudes work make the assumption that human beings need consistency in their thoughts and actions Identify the main ideas components dimensions etc of the following consistency theories and provide concrete examples to show how they work a Heider s balance theoryquot P O X b Festinger s cognitive dissonancequot theory A common objective of attitude theories is to increase the precision in predicting when attitudes will lead to corresponding behavior Identify the main components of each of the following theories and briefly describe how they work to predict the relation between attitudes and behaviors Provide examples a Reasoned Action Model and the theory of planned behavior revision b Affect Control Theory lecture material not in text An important question about attitudes is the extent to which they predict corresponding behavior The text suggests that 4 variables influence this possible relationship between attitudes and behavior Briefly discuss how each of these variables affect the potential attitude behavior connection a attitude activation b characteristics of the attitude 0 attitude behavior correspondence d situational constraints


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