Studies in decision making: social, psychological, and socio-economic analyses
W. de Gruyter, 1982 - Education - 917 pages
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according addition allocation alternatives analysis approach attitude attri attributes attribution theory Bandura bargaining behavior Brehm causal cerning cognitive dissonance complex concerning conflict consumer Crott decision delay dependent variable determined developed deviant deviant behavior Dickenberger dimension discrepancies discussion dissonance theory drug addicts effects empirical equity theory evaluation example expected experiment experimental external factors favor freedom Frey future Grabitz Grabitz-Gniech greater he/she his/her imitation important increase indicate individual influence interaction internal interpersonal attraction Irle jects Lamm learning less locus of control measured motivation negative negotiation norms observer occur opponent outcome paradigm payoff payoff matrix perceived performance positive possible predicted present problems processes reactance relation relevant respect response reward sample scale similar situations social social class solution structure subjective hypotheses supply task tendency theoretical tion tive traits Trommsdorff varied vicarious reinforcement