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Beliefs, attitudes, and human affairs

Author: Bem, Daryl J. Series: Basic concepts in psychology series Publisher: Brooks Cole, 1970.Language: EnglishDescription: 114 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 081858906XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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CONTENTS Beliefs Attitudes and Human Affairs Series Foreword Preface Chapter 1: Introduction a.nd Overview: The Psychological Foundations of Beliefs and Attitudes The Cognitive Foundations of Beliefs Primitive Beliefs Zero-Order Beliefs First-Order Beliefs Primitive Beliefs Based on External Authority Generalizations and Stereotypes Higher-Order Beliefs The Vertical Structure of Beliefs The Horizontal Structure of Beliefs The Centrality of Beliefs Logic versus Psycho-logic The Cognitive Foundations of Attitudes Evaluative Beliefs Values The Centrality of Values: Freedom and Equality Nonconscious Values: The Lave of Life and the New Politics Unconscious Values: The Prejudiced Personality Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Cognitive Consistency Consistency and Rationality Alternative Paths to Consistency Hidden Consistency Free Will and the Racial Attitudes of Christians Determinism and the Political Orientation of Behavioral Scientists The Case for Nonconsistency Liberals or Conservatives? Opinion Molecules: Toward a Theory of Nonconsistency The Emotional Foundations of Beliefs and Attitudes The Acquisition of Emotional Responses: Classical Conditioning The Transmission of Emotional Responses: Semantic Generalization Chapter 5: The Elimination of Emotional Responses: Extinction Extinction Therapy Unintentional Extinction Therapy The Self-Perception of Emotional Responses The Origins of Self-Perception The Self-Perception Hypothesis Chapter 6: The Behavioral Foundations of Beliefs and Attitudes The Theory of Cognitive Dissonance Self - Perception Theory Yale Revisited A Direct Test of the Self-Perception Hypothesis Inducing Belief in False Confessions Attitudes Follow Behavior Black Americans White Americans The Social Foundations of Beliefs and Attitudes Persuasion via the Mass Media Interpersonal Influence Social Norms Reference Groups Reference Groups in Conflict Generation Gaps Begin at Home Case Study of a Nonconscious Ideology: Training the Woman to Know Her Place The Ideology versus the Value of Self-Fulfillment The Ideology versus the Value of lnterpersonal Equality References Name lndex Subiect lndex Chapter 7:

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