Attitudes, Personality, and Behavior
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 nov. 2005 - 192 pages
This thoroughly revised and updated edition describes why and how beliefs, attitudes and personality traits influence human behaviour. Building on the strengths of the previous edition, it covers recent developments in existing theories and details new theoretical approaches to the attitude-behaviour relationships.
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Chapter 02 CONSISTENCY IN HUMAN AFFAIRS
Chapter 03 FROM DISPOSITIONS TO ACTIONS
Chapter 04 THE PRINCIPLE OF COMPATIBILITY
Chapter 05 FROM INTENTIONS TO ACTIONS
Chapter 06 EXPLAINING INTENTIONS AND BEHAVIOR
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