By G. Haddock
What's an angle? How do various examine methods characterise 'attitude' and its functions in social psychology?The angle notion has lengthy shaped an critical build in social psychology. during this quantity, the world over popular individuals assessment modern advancements in study and conception to catch the present metamorphosis of this principal inspiration. This e-book attracts jointly the most recent advancements within the box to supply a scholarly and obtainable evaluate of the research of attitudes, studying the consequences for its place as a paradigm of social mental knowing. Dividing the topic into major elements, this e-book first addresses the structural and behavioural houses of attitudes, together with the affective-cognitive constitution of attitudes, the character of perspective ambivalence and intention-behaviour kinfolk. the second one part makes a speciality of representational and transformational techniques, similar to meta-cognitive attitudinal tactics, the position of implicit and specific attitudinal approaches, cultural impacts and perspective switch. In a 3rd, concluding part, the editors draw jointly those modern views and problematic on their impression for destiny theorising and study into attitudes. Empirically supported all through, this assortment represents a well timed integration of the burgeoning diversity of methods to angle learn. will probably be of curiosity to social psychologists, sociologists, political scientists and researchers with an curiosity in attitudinal phenomena.
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Extra resources for Contemporary Perspectives on the Psychology of Attitudes
This function explains how attitudes simplify the cognitive processing of attitude objects, but it does not completely explain the intensity of people’s aﬀective reactions to attitude objects. In theory, attitudes could direct people’s thoughts and behaviors in a manner that is devoid of feeling. For example, when people try to decide whether they should vote for a speciﬁc politician, they could simply recall an abstract, emotionless evaluation indicating varying degrees of unfavorability or favorability toward the politician.
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