Psych Exam 3
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When there is a conflict between attitude and behavior, why might dissonance be resolved by changing the attitude rather than the behavior?
The behavior is already completed
Sometimes after a big football game, fans will riot, getting into fights and destroying property. People in such a crowd will often do things they would never do on their own. This effect is due to a process of:
Zuzu is thinking of ending the relationship with Lars because he is too emotionally demanding. He is constantly asking for reassurance that she is happy with him, and he gives her no personal space. Lars most likely had a ___ attachment to his parents as a child.
As a child Erin was not concerned with the consequences and would steal cookies even whe she knew she might get punished. Erin's impulse is based in what Freud called the:
Neo-Freudians modified Freud's theory in a number of ways. Adler and Horney, for example, criticized Freud for:
His view of women
Anna is a college student from the United States and Michiko is a college student from Japan. Both have taken the same personality assessment as part of psychology research study. Which is likely to score higher in neuroticism and why?
Michiko, because the Japanese on average report higher levels of neuroticism