THE EFFECTS OF PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATIONS ON ATTITUDES.
Rept. no. 4 (Annual),
HUNTER COLL NEW YORK
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This annual report covers the research activities carried out since the previous one was issued. Several studies focused on theoretical analyses of source effects and of self-persuasive effects of counterattitudinal advocacy. Experiments on social judgment and on an aspect of general consistency theory were also undertaken. Author
- Sociology and Law