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The Physical and the Social Environment
Attitudes and Attitude Change
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affective component associated assume assumptions attitude change authoritarian personality basic basis behave beliefs categorization cerned chapter characteristics child cognitive complex concept concerned conflict conformity consensus consider consistency criteria defined depends derived division of labour effect essentially evaluation examine example expectations experiment experimental fact factors feelings Festinger forms of behaviour function fundamental group members Harold Proshansky haviour herent identifies individual individual's influence instance institutional power institutional status interaction issue judgments latitude of acceptance leader leadership least mass media ment naive realism norms objects one's order of values orders his environment organization particular perceived personal status phenomena physical position predictable problem processes Psychol psychological reference group reflect relation relationships relevant rewards role sense simply situation skills social behaviour social environment Social Psychology standpoint stereotypes structure subjective probabilities suggested systematic task tend theory tion tween ultimately validity vidual