Cognitive Organization and Change : An Information-processing Approach / by R. S. Wyer and Jr.
|Publisher||(Boca Raton, FL : Taylor and Francis, an imprint of Psychology Press)|
|Authors||*Wyer, Jr., R. S. author
Taylor and Francis
|Size||1 online resource (502 pages)|
|Contents||1 MAN AS AN INFORMATION PROCESSOR: AN APPROACH TO THE INTERPRETATION OF BEHAVIOR, I- Man as An Information Processor, II- General Implications for Research, I II. A Preview of Things to Come, 2 THE NATURE OF COGNITIONS JUDGMENTS, BELIEFS, AND ATTITUDESI. Judgment, Perception, and Misperception, II. The Nature of Beliefs and Attitudes, III. Membership in Ordinal Categories The Interpretation of Category Ratings, 3 EFFECTS OF RESPONSE LANGUAGE ON THE INTERPRETATION OF BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES, I. Determinants and Effects of Rating Scale Position, II. Additional Determinants of Response, Language Differences, III. Concluding Remarks, SECTION II: COGNITIVE ORGANIZATION 4 SUBJECTIVE PROBABILITY MODELS OF COGNITIVE ORGANIZATION|
|Notes|| This book grew out of a graduate course in cognitive organization and change that the authortaught duringhis tenure at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. Two primary objectives of the course are reflected in this book: first, to provide a general conceptual framework for critically and systematically analyzing research and theory on attitude and opinion change; second, to stimulate research on fundamental problems, related to these phenomena, that are made salient as a result of this analysis. First published in 1974. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
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LCSH:Human information processing