So, in this study we took cognitive dissonance theory
and students' evaluation of teaching and courses in areas of high and low achievement.
We present and discuss the findings in light of the relevant literature and cognitive dissonance theory
Double forced compliance: A new paradigm in cognitive dissonance theory
According to this principal of cognitive dissonance theory
if a person feels responsible for all consequences dissonance greatly occurs.
Brehm & Cohen (1962) urged to undertake more studies to detect the relationship between personality tendencies & inclinations and motivation & reduction of dissonance, as they see that there are many pros can be obtained from both the personality theory and cognitive dissonance theory
if studied together.
In the following section, I explore these possibilities through the framework of cognitive dissonance theory
1969), "Can cognitive dissonance theory
explain consumer behavior?
Cognitive dissonance theory
holds that our reactions to these sorts of psychological stimuli tend to fall somewhere along a continuum on which each point represents a strategy for returning our consciousnesses into cognitive balance (Huegler, 2006; Van Overalle & Jordens, 2002).
According to cognitive dissonance theory
(Festinger, 1957), one should work to reduce the dissonance and if it is too late to avoid the behavior, one would modify one's beliefs to account for or justify one's behavior.
In this package comprised of a facilitator's guide and 10 staple-bound participant workbooks, Stice (Oregon Research Institute) and Presnell (psychology, Southern Methodist University) outline a two-part group intervention program, based on cognitive dissonance theory
, for adolescent and college-aged women at risk for developing eating disorders.
In tracing the development of cognitive dissonance theory
, he addresses the motivational property of dissonance, shifting models and understandings of the role of the self in dissonance theory, and issues of culture and race.
To reduce addicts' intrinsic motivation and then induce them to engage in attitude-discrepant behavior could be done by borrowing from cognitive dissonance theory