Which statement below sums up the relationship between evaluative-cognitive inconsistency and potential ambivalence?

Which statement below sums up the relationship between evaluative-cognitive inconsistency and potential ambivalence?.

Discuss how the concepts and increased knowledge of attitudes influence your future success.

QUESTION 2

Which statement below describes synergism within attitudes?

a. The tendency for beliefs and expectancies to become consistent over time.
b. The tendency for cognitive, affective, and behavioral information to influence each other.
c. The tendency for related attitudes to become consistent over time.
d. The tendency for emotions to precede cognitions.
QUESTION 3
Which statement below sums up the relationship between evaluative-cognitive inconsistency and potential ambivalence?

a. They are weakly negatively correlated.
b. They are strongly negatively correlated, but only when ambivalence is measured using implicit-explicit discrepancies.
c. There can be little association between them.
d. They are strongly positively correlated, but only when looking at ambivalence in emotions.
QUESTION 4
According to Breckler (2004), what is one potential limitation of current perspectives on attitude structure?

a. There is a lack of information on how structure varies between emotional and cognitive attitudes.
b. There is a lack of information on individual differences in attitude structure.
c. Theories of attitude structure fail to recognize neurological processes.
d. Attitudes may subsume many evaluations.
QUESTION 5
The idea that emotion is of primary importance in attitudes is broadly consistent with which of the following domains of study?

a. Analyses of the role of emotion in impression formation.
b. Analyses of the role of emotion in values and moral judgment.
c. Analyses of the role of emotion in on-line processing.
d. Analyses of the role of emotion in judgment.
QUESTION 6
Which of the following statements is consistent with Bizer, Tormala, Rucker, and Petty’s examination of attitude strength?

a. Attitudes are stronger following memory-based processing of information than following online processing of information.
b. Attitudes are weaker following memory-based processing of information than following online processing of information.
c. Attitudes are equally strong following memory-based processing of information than following online processing of information.
d. Attitudes are weaker following memory-based processing of information.

Which statement below sums up the relationship between evaluative-cognitive inconsistency and potential ambivalence?