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what is Central route processing
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The Central Route to persuasion is when the receiver has high-involvement information processing-- whether the person ponders the content and logic of message.
Central route leads to more enduring attitude change.
The Peripheral Route to persuasion is when the receiver has low-involvement information processing-- persuasion depends on nonmessage factors.
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