- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive_dissonanceTraducir esta páginaIn psychology, cognitive dissonance is the discomfort experienced when simultaneously holding two or more conflicting cognitions: ideas, beliefs, values or ...
- www.skepdic.com/cognitivedissonance.htmlTraducir esta página29/10/2012 - Cognitive dissonance is a theory of human motivation that asserts that it is psychologically uncomfortable to hold contradictory cognitions.
- dictionary.reference.com/.../cognitive+dissonanceTraducir esta páginaanxiety 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 dissonanceL Festinger - 1962 - books.google.comThis 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 ...JW Brehm, AR Cohen - 1962 - psycnet.apa.orgAbstract 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 ...DJ Bem - Psychological review, 1967 - psycnet.apa.orgAbstract 1. A THEORY OF SELF-PERCEPTION IS PROPOSED TO PROVIDE AN
ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION FOR SEVERAL OF THE MAJOR PHENOMENA
EMBRACED BY FESTINGER'S THEORY OF COGNITIVE DISSONANCE AND TO ...EE Harmon-Jones, JE Mills - … , 1997, U Texas, Arlington, TX, US; …, 1999 - psycnet.apa.orgAbstract 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 ...GA Akerlof, WT Dickens - The American Economic Review, 1982 - JSTORSince 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 ...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. ...B Weiner - 1972 - doi.apa.orgAPA PsycNET Our Apologies! - The following features are not available with your
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mobile authentication/registration popup - display, print, save ...L Festinger - Scientific American, 1962 - psycnet.apa.orgAbstract 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 ...E Aronson - Advances in experimental social psychology, 1969 - books.google.comAs 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 ...AJ Elliot, PG Devine - Journal of personality and social psychology, 1994 - psycnet.apa.orgAbstract 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- ...