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Cognitive Dissonance

  1. Cognitive dissonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the discomfort experienced when simultaneously holding two or more conflicting cognitions: ideas, beliefs, values or ...
  2. What Is Cognitive Dissonance? - Psychology - About.com

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    Have you ever felt uncomfortable when you discover that your beliefs don't match up with reality? Psychologists refer to this phenomenon as cognitive ...
  3. Cognitive Dissonance Theory - Simply Psychology

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    Festinger's (1957) cognitive dissonance theory suggests that we have an inner drive to hold all our attitudes and beliefs in harmony and avoid disharmony (or ...
  4. Cognitive dissonance - Merriam-Webster Online

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    psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously. First Known Use of COGNITIVE DISSONANCE. 1957. cognitive ...
  5. Cognitive Dissonance - Changing Minds

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    Cognitive Dissonance is the feeling of uncomfortable tension which comes from holding two conflicting thoughts in the mind at the same time.
  6. Cognitive Dissonance the Podcast

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    Atheistic and skeptical news podcast. Episode archive and host biographies.
  7. cognitive dissonance - The Skeptic's Dictionary - Skepdic.com

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    29/10/2012 - Cognitive dissonance is a theory of human motivation that asserts that it is psychologically uncomfortable to hold contradictory cognitions.
  8. Cognitive Dissonance and learning

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    Cognitive dissonance is a psychological phenomenon which refers to the discomfort felt at a discrepancy between what you already know or believe, and new ...
  9. Cognitive Dissonance | Beyond Intractability

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    In 1957, Leon Festinger published a theory of cognitive dissonance, which has changed the way psychologists look at decision-making and behavior.[1] At its ...
  10. Cognitive dissonance | Define Cognitive dissonance at Dictionary.com

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    anxiety that results from simultaneously holding contradictory or otherwise incompatible attitudes, beliefs, or the like, as when one likes a person but disapproves ...

    [LIBRO] A theory of cognitive dissonance

    L Festinger - 1962 - books.google.com
    This Foreword contains primarily a bit of the history of how the ideas which form the core of
    this book arose. This chronological form is the best way to acknowledge properly the
    assistance received from others—assistance which was considerable and crucial—and at ...

    Explorations in cognitive dissonance.

    JW Brehm, AR Cohen - 1962 - psycnet.apa.org
    Abstract 1. This book first presents a brief description of the theoretical statement of cognitive
    dissonance as it appeared in Festinger's book Theory of Cognitive Dissonance. In so doing,
    we shall attempt to indicate what we consider the most valid sort of evidence for the theory ...

    Self-perception: An alternative interpretation of cognitive dissonance phenomena.

    DJ Bem - Psychological review, 1967 - psycnet.apa.org

    Cognitive dissonance: Progress on a pivotal theory in social psychology.

    EE Harmon-Jones, JE Mills - … , 1997, U Texas, Arlington, TX, US; …, 1999 - psycnet.apa.org
    Abstract 1. 0ver 40 years after the publication of Leon Festinger's (1957) book, A Theory of
    Cognitive Dissonance, research on the theory is receiving renewed attention, and revisions
    to the original theory have been proposed. Consequently, the editors felt that an ...

    The economic consequences of cognitive dissonance

    GA Akerlof, WT Dickens - The American Economic Review, 1982 - JSTOR
    Since the publication of The Wealth of Nations, economists have built an entire profession
    on a single powerful theory of human behavior based on a few simple assumptions. That
    model has been fruitfully applied to a wide range of problems. But, while economists have ...

    Theories of cognitive consistency: a sourcebook.

    RP Abelson - 1968 - psycnet.apa.org
    ... Citation. Database: PsycINFO. [ Book; Edited Book ]. Theories of cognitive consistency: a
    sourcebook. Abelson, RP, et al. ... (1968). pp. Abstract. More than eighty original essays devoted
    to research on cognitive consistency and the reformulation of consistency theories. ...

    [CITAS] Theories of motivation: From mechanism to cognition.

    B Weiner - 1972 - doi.apa.org
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    Cognitive dissonance.

    L Festinger - Scientific American, 1962 - psycnet.apa.org
    Abstract 1. The theory of cognitive dissonance centers around the idea that if a person
    knows various things that are not psychologically consistent with one another, he will, in a
    variety of ways, try to make them more consistent. The remainder of the article is devoted ...

    The theory of cognitive dissonance: A current perspective

    E Aronson - Advances in experimental social psychology, 1969 - books.google.com
    As a formal statement, Festinger's theory of cognitive dissonance (1957) is quite primitive; it
    lacks the elegance and precision that are commonly associated with scientific theorizing. Yet
    its impact has been great. As McGuire has observed in his recent survey in the Annual ...

    On the motivational nature of cognitive dissonance: Dissonance as psychological discomfort.

    AJ Elliot, PG Devine - Journal of personality and social psychology, 1994 - psycnet.apa.org
    Abstract 1. Most empirical research investigating the motivational properties of cognitive
    dissonance has focused on the arousal component of dissonance rather than on the
    psychological component explicitly delineated by L. Festinger (1957). In 2 induced- ...

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