The Psychology of Values

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keep life simple by minimizing cognitive effort, emotional pain, and political embarrassment but who recognize that circumstances sometimes require acknowledging that life is complex.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Revised version of paper presented at the Eighth Ontario Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology: Values. London, Ontario, August 17-18, 1993.


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