Attitudes: Components, Formation & Measurement


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The difference between the cognitive and behavioral components of attitudes can be explained as:

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1. An example of observational learning might be

2. According to Reactance Theory, a high school student might be inclined to

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet will measure your knowledge of attitudes. Information that would be beneficial to focus on includes the cognitive dissonance theory and a tool that measures brain activity.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

By using the printable worksheet and quiz, you will understand:

  • An example of observational learning
  • The cognitive dissonance theory
  • A tool used to measure brain activity
  • Difference between cognitive and behavioral beliefs about attitudes
  • The reactance theory

Skills Practiced

The following techniques will be tested in the quiz and worksheet:

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as cognitive and behavioral beliefs about attitudes
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of attitudes
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the reactance theory

Additional Learning

To comprehend more information about beliefs and opinions, review the lesson called Attitudes. The lesson contains the following objectives:

  • Identify the different components that influence attitudes
  • Learn about how attitudes are formed through different theories such as classical conditioning
  • Review the relationship between behavior and attitudes
  • Recall how attitudes are measured through different tools
  • Understand how attitudes can change over time