Implicit vs Explicit Attitudes Quiz

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Which type of attitude measure uses reaction times to uncover 'unconscious' attitudes?

According to the Theory of Reasoned Action, an individual's intention is influenced by which two factors?

The Foot-in-the-door phenomenon is characterized by the tendency of people to do what?

The Stanford prison experiment, conducted by Zimbardo in 1971, involved a simulation study with whom?

What phenomenon is described as the tendency for people who have declined a large request to agree to a smaller request?

What is the primary focus of self-presentation concerning behaviors influencing attitudes?

What is the term for the feeling of discomfort caused by the realization that one’s behavior is inconsistent with one’s attitudes or that one holds two conflicting attitudes?

How does the Insufficient Justification effect reduce dissonance?

What does the Over-justification effect suggest about external rewards and intrinsic motivation?

What is the term for the emotional reactions towards an attitude object in the Tripartite Model of attitudes?

In Self-Perception Theory, what does Bem (1972) suggest about individuals' inferences regarding their own behavior?

What motivates individuals to maintain consistency among their cognitions according to the text?

What happens when individuals experience dissonance after making a decision between two equally attractive alternatives?

What is the term for the reduction of dissonance by internally justifying one’s behavior when external justification is 'insufficient'?

What does the Insufficient Justification effect refer to, as demonstrated by Festinger and Carlsmith (1959)?

What does the Implicit Association Test (IAT) measure?

How does repeated exposure to a novel stimulus affect attitudes?

What does the principle of aggregation suggest about the effects of an attitude on behavior?

When will attitudes predict behavior?

What is the best predictor of a person's behavioral intentions according to the theory of planned behavior?

How are strong attitudes more likely to guide behavior?

What is meant by 'self-presentation' or 'impression management'?

What happens with immoral acts according to the text?

What does cognitive-attitudinal advocacy refer to?

What is meant by 'chronic accessibility' and 'temporary priming' according to the text?

What is the key factor in determining whether our behavior will affect our attitudes according to the text?

What is self-affirmation?

What can self-affirmation help with?

According to the theory, what happens when our attitudes and feelings are uncertain or ambiguous?

What is cognitive dissonance?

What is the potential consequence of dissonance reduction?

How might people avoid the rationalization trap?

What aspect does the self-perception theory explain?

In what way does self-perception theory differ from dissonance theory?

Which strategy involves reminding oneself of past successes or qualities when facing challenges or criticisms?

What is an example of self-perception theory in action?

How can public commitment influence beliefs?

What is an outcome of having committed a cruel act according to the text?

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Test your knowledge about implicit and explicit attitudes with this quiz. Learn about the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and the concepts of dual processing and attitude formation.

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