Attitudes, Behavior, and Social Context: The Role of Norms and Group Membership

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Subject Index

A
Action identification theory, 122-123
Affect, 60-62
Affect-cognition distinction, 60-62
Alcohol consumption, 21-22
Alter, 203
Altercasting, 6, 203-224
African Americans as source, 212-214
authority-agent, 216
charismatic-devotee, 217
children as source, 211-212
common role sets used in, 216-222, 206-207
defector-attentive confidant, 217
definition, 203
expert vs. attractive source, 214-215
expert-unknowing public, 217-218
fool-normal, 218
future research, 215-216, 218-219
helper-dependent, 219
hidden self technique, 207-208
how it works, 222-224
intimates (friends and lovers), 219, 220
just plain folks, 220
making roles/identities salient, 205-206, 204-208
morality and ethicality of, 224-226
new identity/role, use of, 207
opinion deviant-majority, 221
pre-existing roles, use of, 206-207
prophet-unwashed, 221
role making, 224
role playing, 208
scapegoat-sinners, 221-222
socially prestigious-admire; 222
source credibility, 209-216
tact, 208-210
Altruistic behaviors, 15-16
Ambivalence, 41-42
Anticipated postbehavioral feelings, 14
Antismoking campaigns, 7
Antismoking campaigns; see smoking
Antisocial behaviors, 16-18
Associated attributes, 234, 236-238
Attitude, 47, 49, 116
definition, 47, 49, 116
Attitude accessibility, 68, 77-80, 82, 92, 116-117
problems with research methodology, 117
Attitude change, 5, 107-108
trends in research, 5
stable behavior, 107-108
Attitude-behavior consistency, 4, 8, 57, 74-90, 92-93, 95-99, 101-102, 107-112, 245-264
effect of self-consciousness, 57
effect of self-monitoring, 57
future research, 92-93
hurdle, 98-99
impact of reference group norms, 74-90
past literature, 102
sources of inconsistency, 107-112
threshold, 98-99
Attitude-behavior inconsistency, 103-107
pluralistic ignorance, 103-107
Attitude-behavior relations, 35-37, 74-91
proposed reconceptualisation of norms, 74-91
self-identity, 35-37
Attitude-intention relations, 59-60
effect of habit, 59-60
Attitudes, 1-5, 8-9, 40-44, 50-51, 57-62, 96, 107-109, 115, 123-124
as defining identity, 9
as distinct from subjective norms, 50-51, 57
as predictors of behavior, 3

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