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By Wolfgang Stroebe, Miles Hewstone

This annual sequence displays the dynamism of social psychology in Europe and the eye now being paid to eu rules and learn. This overview will extra the foreign trade of rules by way of supplying an outlet for titanic debts of theoretical and empirical paintings The most-up-to-date, authoritative view of latest social psychology this present day, encompassed in a essential reference textual content. Geographical unfold and theoretical variety of authors to provide extensive assurance The sequence has an skilled editorial board which includes senior students from a variety of ecu international locations and the U.S.. All chapters are conscientiously edited to offer consistency and accessibility to a global trade of knowledge

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P. ). Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (Vol. 32, pp. 135-200). New York: Academic Press. Vinokur-Kaplan, D. (1978). To have-or not to have-another child: Family planning attitudes, intentions, and behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 8, 29-46. Warshaw, P. , & Joyce, M. (1986). A field application of the Fishbein and Ajzen intention model. Journal of Social Psychology, 126, 13�. Warshaw, P. , & Davis, F. D. (1984). Self-understanding and the accuracy of be­ havioral expectations.

Definitions and different measures of ambivalence are reviewed. We present three dimensions on which measures of ambivalence can be classified. We then go on to examine some of the elicitors of ambivalence and present some preliminary findings on attitude objects that generate high levels of ambivalence. The major section of the chapter then reviews findings related to treating the ambivalence construct as an aspect of attitude strength. Research is presented in relation to four major predictions: (a) temporal stability of attitudes; (b) impact of attitudes on intentions and behavior, (c) pliability of attitudes; and (d) impacts on information processing.

Psychosocial correlates of heterosexual condom use: A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 125, 90-132. , & Orbell, S. (199). Evidence that intentions based on atti­ tudes better predict behaviour than intentions based on subjective norms. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 403-6. , Armitage, C. , & Orbell, S. (1999). Why reason one's actions or plan one's behaviour: Degree of intention formation and intention-behavior relations (manuscript under review). , & Orbell, S. ( 1998). Do intentions predict condom use?

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