Psy 301: Social Psychology homework, implicit and explicit attitudes.

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Attitude and Behavior

  If someone has a negative attitude toward a particular individual or group, for example, what are the potential implications of their behavior toward that individual or group? How do implicit and explicit attitudes differ?

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Charles_Heymann
School: Rice University

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 potential implications

The person will exhibit mutual distract coupled with animosity. The person will gradually weaken the group or the society he is involved in.

implicit and explicit attitudes

Explicit attitudes are attitude that are deliberately formed and self - reporting them is easy. In other words they are attitudes at conscious level.

implicit attitudes are attitudes that are at the unconscious level. These types of attitudes are unknown to us and are involuntarily formed.


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