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    • ...by a new theory concerning "cognitive dissonance." This theory centers... ...so on. The word "cognitive" simply emphasizes that the... ...to as dissonance-reducing changes. Cognitive dissonance is a motivating state... ...for long periods. To understand cognitive . dissonance as a motIvatmg...
    Scientific American 207 , 93–106
    • ...- 1142; October, 1961. COGNITIVE DISSONANCE COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF FORCED COMPLIANCE.... Leon Festinger and James M. Carlsmith... ...Ruby B. Yaryan and Leon Festinger in The journal of Abnormal... ...COG:-IITIVE DISSONANCE. Leon Festinger. Row, Peterson & Company... .... Leon Festinger, Henry...
    Scientific American 207 , 176–178
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    • ...the result of two factors: cognitive dissonance and the backfire effect... , psychologist Leon Festinger and his co-authors described... ...one would come true.” Festinger called this cognitive dissonance, or the uncomfortable...
    Scientific American 316 , 69–69
    • ...Argentine Atomic Energy Commission. LEON FESTINGER ("Cognitive Dissonance") is professor of... psychology at Stanford University. Festinger took his B.S.... ...University of Michigan until 1951. Festinger went to Stanford from the... ...Association awarded Festinger its Distinguished...
    Scientific American 207 , 27–29
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    • ...minds—a tension known as cognitive dissonance. Social psychologist Leon Festinger developed the concept in 1957...
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    • ...the result of two factors: cognitive dissonance and the backfire effect... , psychologist Leon Festinger and his co-authors described... ...one would come true.” Festinger called this cognitive dissonance, or the uncomfortable...
    Scientific American 26 , 112–112
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    • ...comparison theory (proposed by Leon Festinger in 1954), which tells... ...news consumption is exactly what cognitive dissonance theory (also proposed... by Festinger, in 1957) would predict...
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    • ...listener must achieve the same cognitive structure as the explainer in... ...idea that individuals prefer harmonious cognitive relations. For instance, if... ...related to the late Leon Festinger's theory of cognitive dissonance. Because Festinger believed people seek to reduce... ...Festinger...
    Scientific American 263 , 84–90
    • ...SWITCHING; July, page 132. Festinger, Leon. COGNITIVE DISSONANCE; October, page 93... ...Peterson; February, page 96. COGNITIVE DISSONANCE, by Leon Festinger; October, page 93....
    Scientific American 207 , 186–191
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    • Leon Festinger’s
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    • ...wondrous molecule, and psychologist Leon Festinger writing on what he meant... by the term “cognitive dissonance.”
    Scientific American 308 , 26–28
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    • ...psychologists for his work on cognitive dissonance, the mechanism by... ...one of his teachers, Leon Festinger, Aronson and his colleagues...
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