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Attitude

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L’usage ordinaire du mot est une forme de comportement, de posture, vis à vis d’une situation. Je préfère parler de fonction de jugements de valeurs empiriques.

attitude is a psychological construct, a mental and emotional entity that inheres in, or characterizes a person.

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acquired state through experiences

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individual’s predisposed state of mind regarding a value and it is precipitated through a responsive expression towards oneself,[2] a person, place, thing, or event (the attitude object) which in turn influences the individual’s thought and action

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attitude is an evaluation of an attitude object, ranging from extremely negative to extremely positive. Most contemporary perspectives on attitudes permit that people can also be conflicted or ambivalent toward an object by simultaneously holding both positive and negative attitudes toward the same object. This has led to some discussion of whether the individual can hold multiple attitudes toward the same object.[6]

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attitude can be a positive or negative evaluation of people, objects, events, activities, and ideas. It could be concrete, abstract or just about anything in your environment

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psychological tendency that is expressed by evaluating a particular entity with some degree of favor or disfavor

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Attitude may influence the attention to attitude objects, the use of categories for encoding information and the interpretation, judgement and recall of attitude-relevant information

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readiness of the psyche to act or react in a certain way

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Beliefs are cognitions about the world—subjective probabilities that an object has a particular attribute or that an action will lead to a particular outcome

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Beliefs can be patently and unequivocally false. For example, surveys show that a third of U.S. adults think that vaccines cause autism, despite the preponderance of scientific research to the contrary (

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an attitude contains cognitive, affective, and behavioral components

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fails to support clear distinctions between thoughts, emotions, and behavioral intentions associated with a particular attitude

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some views of attitude structure see the cognitive and behavioral components as derivative of affect or affect and behavior as derivative of underlying beliefs

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considerable evidence that attitudes reflect more than evaluations of a particular object that vary from positive to negative

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people’s money attitudes which may help people understand their affective love of money motive, stewardship behavior, and money cognition

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the ABC model):[22] Affective component The affective component of attitudes refers to your feelings or emotions linked to an attitude object. Affective responses influence attitudes in a number of ways. For example, many people are afraid/scared of spiders. So this negative affective response is likely to cause you to have a negative attitude towards spiders. Behavioral component The behavioral component of attitudes refers to the way the attitude we have influences how we act or behave. Cognitive component The cognitive component of attitudes refers to the beliefs, thoughts, and attributes that we would associate with an object. Many times a person’s attitude might be based on the negative and positive attributes they associate with an object

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