theories of cognitive consistency: a sourcebook (Chapters: 84)

Contributor(s): Language: English Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: chicago : rand mcnally and company 1968Edition: 1. edDescription: xvii, 901 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: preface; introduction; consistency theories: six positions; intersections of consistency theories with other psychological theories; the state of inconsistency. preconditions and properties: inconsistency as a motivational construct; self and the consistency process; inconsistency and psychological stress; commitment as a mediating variable; disconfirmed expectancies and bad decisions; assumptions about cognitive structure; social and historical perspectives on consistency; responses and consequences: the temporal course of inconsistency reduction; individual differences in reactions to inconsistency; modes of resolution; responses to heterogeneous stimulus aggregates; selective exposure to information; counterattitudinal behavior and attitude change;
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from the table of contents: preface; introduction; consistency theories: six positions; intersections of consistency theories with other psychological theories; the state of inconsistency. preconditions and properties: inconsistency as a motivational construct; self and the consistency process; inconsistency and psychological stress; commitment as a mediating variable; disconfirmed expectancies and bad decisions; assumptions about cognitive structure; social and historical perspectives on consistency; responses and consequences: the temporal course of inconsistency reduction; individual differences in reactions to inconsistency; modes of resolution; responses to heterogeneous stimulus aggregates; selective exposure to information; counterattitudinal behavior and attitude change;

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