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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, ISSN 0022-3514, 9/2005, Volume 89, Issue 3, pp. 277 - 293
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Social Behavior and Personality, ISSN 0301-2212, 2011, Volume 39, Issue 4, pp. 465 - 476
Hypocrisy paradigm has been identified as a form of dissonance induction. Hypocrisy is induced by the combination of 2 factors: commitment (advocating a... 
Misattribution | Behavior change | Induced hypocrisy | Compliance | Cognitive dissonance | Trivialization | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | DISSONANCE REDUCTION | AROUSAL | induced hypocrisy | MODE | USE CONDOMS | misattribution | trivialization | cognitive dissonance | compliance | FORCED COMPLIANCE | COGNITIVE-DISSONANCE | behavior change | PARADIGM
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Social Behavior and Personality, ISSN 0301-2212, 2008, Volume 36, Issue 9, pp. 1205 - 1212
Simon, Greenberg, and Brehm (1995) found evidence of a new mode of dissonance reduction: trivialization. The purpose of this study was to show that... 
Misattribution | Forced compliance | Cognitive dissonance | Trivialization | forced compliance | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | DISSONANCE REDUCTION | ACT | cognitive dissonance | AROUSAL | ATTRIBUTION | RATIONALIZATION | misattribution | COGNITIVE-DISSONANCE | trivialization
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Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, ISSN 0146-1672, 09/1995, Volume 21, Issue 9, pp. 925 - 933
Recent experiments involving hypocrisy have been theorized to be a form of cognitive dissonance induction. As such, hypocrisy would constitute a new... 
CONSEQUENCES | ATTENTION | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | AROUSAL | COGNITIVE-DISSONANCE | SELF-CONCEPT | Hypocrisy | Research | Attribution (Social psychology) | Cognitive dissonance
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Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, ISSN 0146-1672, 05/1998, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp. 529 - 536
Confidence has been found to vary with temporal proximity to an upcoming task: People's confidence that they will do well tends to diminish as the "moment of... 
PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | OPTIMISM | ACCOUNTABILITY | INFORMATION | REGRET | DEFENSIVE PESSIMISM | SPEECH ANXIETY | EXPERIENCE | FEEDBACK | Psychological aspects | Research | Emotions and cognition | Confidence | Arousal (Physiology)
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Social Cognition, ISSN 0278-016X, 2017, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 163 - 180
Intrinsic rewards are typically thought to stem from an activity's inherent properties and not from separable rewards one receives from it. Yet, people may not... 
Misattribution | Positive affect | Intrinsic reward | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | positive affect | ATTRIBUTION | AROUSAL | intrinsic reward | BEHAVIOR | misattribution | MOTIVATION | GOALS | EXPLANATIONS | SYSTEMS | SALIENCE | JUDGMENTS | Cognition & reasoning | Self image | Perceptions
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Journal of Consumer Research, ISSN 0093-5301, 12/2010, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 698 - 711
We investigate the interfering influence of elevated arousal on the impact of positive mood on resistance to temptation. Three studies demonstrate that when a... 
Consumer research | Shivs | Gratification | Temptation | Questionnaires | Consumer advertising | Assessed values | Snacking | Pretests | Empirical evidence | CHOICE | SELF-CONTROL | BEHAVIOR | STIMULUS | BUSINESS | FACILITATION | CONSUMERS | MISATTRIBUTION | JUDGMENTS | ATTITUDES | SADNESS | Consumer behavior | Control | Desire | Analysis | Mood (Psychology) | Influence | Arousal (Physiology) | Positive thinking (Psychology)
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Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, ISSN 0096-3445, 11/2018, Volume 147, Issue 11, pp. 1597 - 1618
People like positive objects (e.g., fun activities) and dislike negative objects (e.g., boring activities). However, objects usually do not appear in... 
Misattribution | Attitudes | Evaluation | Affective transfer | Social judgment | AROUSAL | attitudes | BEHAVIOR | affective transfer | STIMULI | misattribution | SPONTANEOUS TRAIT TRANSFERENCE | MODEL | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | PSYCHOLOGY | IMPLICIT | evaluation | social judgment | JUDGMENTS | Psychomotor Performance | Humans | Male | Affect | Emotions | Morals | Young Adult | Reading | Social Perception | Adult | Female | Concept Formation | Judgment
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Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, ISSN 0022-1031, 11/2013, Volume 49, Issue 6, pp. 1012 - 1018
Previous research regarding the affective correlates of moral judgment has emphasized that this relation is rooted in the natural properties of discrete... 
Moral judgment | Emotion | Affect | Arousal | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | ATTRIBUTION | EXCITATION TRANSFER | CONSCIOUSNESS | MISATTRIBUTION | DISGUST | CIRCUMPLEX | DISSONANCE | ATTRACTION | EXPERIENCE | Psychological aspects | Morality | Social aspects | Emotions
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