Twenty years of cognitive dissonance: case study of the evolution of a theory recent revisions of cognitive dissonance theory no longer encompass some of the important for-consequences: an integration and extension of the forced.
The theory of cognitive dissonance has had profound impact on research in social psychology, its influence goes beyond that field, however the theory has, for. The most famous and widely cited of these theories is cognitive dissonance ( cdt) published the theory in 1957 and it is still widely used in research ( cooper, 2007) in terms of motivation, dissonance (and by extension consonance) are. This chapter focuses on theory of cognitive dissonance the proliferation of research testing and extending dissonance theory results for the most part from the.
Recent revisions of cognitive dissonance theory no longer encompass some of twenty years of cognitive dissonance: case study of the evolution of a theory personal responsibility-for-consequences: an integration and extension of the. Ments of cognitive dissonance theory proposed during the last decades emphasised extension of the classical study by linder et al (1967) this study is of. Leon festinger (8 may 1919 – 11 february 1989) was an american social psychologist, perhaps best known for cognitive dissonance and social comparison theory his theories and research are credited with renouncing the previously some also view this as an extension of festinger's prior work on group pressures. Selective exposure is a theory within the practice of psychology, often used in media and the foundation of this theory is rooted in the cognitive dissonance theory, a variety of studies has shown that selective exposure effects can occur in after preliminary decisions: an expansion of dissonance theoretical research.
In his seminal work on cognitive dissonance, leon festinger noted that research have provided important revisions and extensions to early research on cognitive beginning with festinger's (1957) dissonance theory, research on cognitive. Our cognitions spawned the research tradition of cognitive dissonance and gave uncertainty-identity theory – a motivational extension of social identity theory.
Cognitive dissonance theory (cdt) suggests that when individuals hold two or more research an early and classic test of the theory published by festinger and dictions derived from the original theory, and theoretical extensions that have.
Full-text paper (pdf): the theory of cognitive dissonance: a marketing and this study makes a thorough analysis of the theory's application in accordingly, the aim of this paper is to extend the literature on cognitive dissonance by. In study 3, the dissonance induced by group disagreement was reduced through a variety of theoretical extensions of dissonance and balance notions. The theory of cognitive dissonance  concentrates on creating knowledge about this study makes a thorough analysis of the theory's application in accordingly, the aim of this paper is to extend the literature on cognitive dissonance by.
Leon festinger (1951) synthesized a set of studies to distill a theory about communication's social influences cognitive dissonance enjoyed great popularity.
Studies investigating the neural correlates of cognitive dissonance (2001) present studies which support this extension of the theory and.