Symposia: 221/108 - A New Look at Attitude Change: Thought Validation, Depletion, Individual Differences and training as Antecedents

Saturday 8 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
Machuca
This symposium introduces novel approaches to attitude change and their implications. Five talks will present research showing how attitude change is facilitated by processes of (a) thought validation, (b) self-control, (c) affective and cognitive individual differences and (d) behavioral responses.

 

Chair
Guy Itzchakov
Graduate student. University Of Haifa. Haifa. Israel.

 

221/10801 Matching Violent Videogames and Trait Aggressiveness: A Self-Validation Perspective

(1) Santos, David; (2) Cárdaba, Miguel A.M; (3) Briñol, Pablo; (4) Petty, Richard E

(1) Graduate student. Department of Psychology. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Madrid. Spain; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. Centro Universitario Villanueva. Madrid. Spain; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Madrid. Spain; (4) Professor. Department of Psychology. Ohio State University. Columbus. Ohio

221/10802 Attitude Change as a Function of the Number of Words in which Thoughts Are Expressed

(1) Gandarillas, Beatriz; (2) Briñol, Pablo; (3) Petty, Richard E; (4) Dario, Díaz

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. Universidad Francisco de Vitoria. Madrid. Spain; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Madrid. Spain; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. Ohio State University. Columbus. Ohio; (4) Professor. Department of Psychology.Universidad de Castilla La Mancha. Albacete.Spain

221/10803 Ego depletion breaks attitude-behavior association

(1) Itzchakov, Guy; (2) Uziel, Liad

(1) Graduate student. University of Haifa.Haifa. Israel; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. Bar-Ilan University. Ramat-Gan.Israel

221/10804 Affective and Cognitive Orientations in Intergroup Perception

(1) Wolf, Lukas J; (2) Maio, Gregory R; (3) von Hecker, Ulrich

(1) Postdoctoral Researcher. School of Psychology. Cardiff University. Cardiff. Wales; (2) Professor. School of Psychology. Cardiff University. Cardiff. Wales; (3) Professor.School of Psychology. Cardiff University. Cardiff. Wales

221/10805 Training Your Unhealthy Preferences Away? Changing Evaluations Towards Food by Employing Training Procedures

(1) Holland, Rob; (2) Cehn, Zhang; (3) Becker, Daniela; (4) Jostmann, Niels; (5) Wiers, Reinout; (6) Dijksterhuis, Ap; (7) Veling, Harm

(1) Professor.Department of Social Psychology Radboud University, University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (2) Graduate Student. Department of Social Psychology Radboud University. The Netherlands; (3) Graduate student.Department of Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (4) Professor.Department of Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (5) Professor.Department of Developmental Psychology. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (6) Professor. Behavioral Science Institute. Radboud University. The Netherlands.; (7) Professor. Behavioral Science Institute. Radboud University. The Netherlands.