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Perspectives on Cognitive Dissonance (Hard)
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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Cognitive dissonance has been an important and influential theory since Leon Festinger published his classic work in It is known by every social psychologist, most psychologists of any stripe, and the lay public, making its way into such mainstream publications as The New York Times with increasing frequency and accuracy. CHAPTER OBJECTIVES. This chapter introduces and discusses cognitive dissonance theory, a classic psychological perspective on attitudes. Chapter 9 is designed to familiarize students with the main tenets of the theory and their implications for decision-making and commitment.
The dissonance of the desire for something unattainable versus the lack of fulfillment is reduced by irrationally deciding that the grapes must be flawed. The most famous case in the early study of cognitive dissonance was described by Leon Festinger and others in the book When Prophecy Fails. Cognitive dissonance is a feeling of discomfort that a person can experience when they hold two contradicting beliefs. We provide several examples of cognitive dissonance in this article.
Cognitive dissonance is a term that I often see misused, especially as I read (and engage in) online discussions. Cognitive dissonance is defined as "the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time; performs an action that is contradictory to one or more beliefs, ideas, or values; or is confronted . The Shocking Political Perspectives of Friends and Family Passive Aggression, a book about hidden Against Trump have been noticeably more active providing those with cognitive dissonance.
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By R. Wicklund, J. Brehm. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 April Pub. location New : R. Wicklund, J. Brehm. Perspectives on the Theory Eddie Harmon-Jones and Judson Mills 1 Copright American Psychological Association. 4 Harmon-Jones and Mills or cognitive discrepancy, whereas the second is referred to as dissonance or dissonance discomfort.
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Cognitive Dissonance Theory And Our Hidden Biases With this book you get to: Understand the link between motivational and dissonance processes Understand the link between cognitive dissonance and doing well in life Understand how to enhance both your emotional intelligence and ability to manage people.
Cognitive dissonance has been described by Tunbridge and Ashworth () who (cited Sears et. al., ) as "A state of psychic tension caused by the simultaneous holding of mutually inconsistent attitudes or the existence of a lack of consonance between attitudes and behavior." When this.
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This work is a clearly stated theory on how humans think, decide, and defend their decisions. In general, social psychologists, always looking for the next great theory, seemed to have shelved this book and its concepts within a couple of decades after it came out in (see Leon Festinger's comments 30 years later in Appendix B of "Cognitive Dissonance Progress on a Pivotal Theory in Social /5(20).
In order to understand the relationship between cognitive dissonance and the process of learning, one must first examine how cognitive dissonance is defined from two perspectives. From the psychological perspective, cognitive dissonance is described as an uncomfortable internal state occurring when new information conflicts with commonly held.
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Reviews: 4.Cognitive dissonance is described as psychological discomfort that arises from holding incompatible ideas at the same time. The theory of cognitive dissonance was developed in by Leon Festinger ( to ), an American psychologist, and has at its core the principle that people strive to maintain consistency among pairs of cognitions or "knowledges" about their own opinions and.