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If I’m using the Theory of Planned Behavior, Cognitive Dissonance Theory, and Self-Perception as they pertain relationship between personal attitudes and resulting behaviors?
Weegy: Ok what is your question regarding Theory of Planned Behavior. (More)
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what are the potential implications of their behavior toward that individual or group negative attitude toward them
Weegy: People would like to believe that their attitudes toward others reflect their careful evaluation of others’ unique and individual merits. [ Although this undoubtedly occurs in some cases, social psychology research raises questions about the pervasiveness of such a reasoned approach to understanding others (Bargh, 1999; Bargh & Chartrand, 1999; Brewer, 1988; Fiske & Neuberg, 1990; Nisbett & Wilson, 1977; Schwarz & Bohner, 2001). At times, people are evaluated by the content of their character, but in other situations, this content can seem largely irrelevant. For example, individuating information about a person can often be relatively inconsequential when perceivers base their evaluations of a person on information associated with the individual’s social group (Fiske, 1998; Fiske & Neuberg, 1990). ] (More)
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What are attributions, and how do we use them in our daily lives?
Weegy: Attributions is : 1. Assigning some quality or character to a person or thing. 2. Assigning to a cause or source. Here are a few examples of the external attributions. [ If someone was losing a soccer game, they could discuss how the field may have been slippery or the referees were making bad calls. One also might talk about the sun being in their eyes or there was too much noise or too little. External attributions for winning a game would be “The team played as one”. Internal attributions for loosing a game might be “I did not kick the ball hard enough” or “I could have played better defense”......Read more: ] (More)
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