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Elliot Aronson
Elliot Aronson (born January 9, 1932) is an eminent American psychologist who is best known for his groundbreaking experiments on the theory of cognitive
Apr 21st 2017



The Social Animal (Aronson book)
Social Animal is an APA-medal winning book about social psychology by Elliot Aronson. Originally published in 1972, The Social Animal is currently in its
May 4th 2016



Aronson
Aronson (1825–1893), Lithuanian inventor and memoirist in Tsarist Russia Elliot Aronson, American psychologist James Aronson (1915–1988), American journalist
Nov 9th 2016



Elliot
American politician and a Democratic member of the Nevada Assembly Elliot Aronson, American psychologist Elliot Balchin, actor who has had roles in various
Apr 21st 2017



Nobody Left to Hate
psychologist Elliot Aronson that explores the implications of the attacks at Columbine. ISBN 0-7167-4132-6 "A CONVERSATION WITH/Elliot Aronson; No One
Feb 11th 2017



Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me)
Me) is a non-fiction book by social psychologists Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson, first published in 2007. It deals with cognitive dissonance, confirmation
Dec 11th 2016



Merrill Carlsmith
psychologist perhaps best known for his collaboration with Leon Festinger and Elliot Aronson in the creation and development of cognitive dissonance theory. He also
Mar 27th 2016



Ellen S. Berscheid
for a research assistantship at the University of Minnesota, under Aronson Elliot Aronson. During her interview Aronson and Berscheid clashed ideas on many different
Dec 27th 2016



Elliot N. Dorff
Elliot N. Dorff (born 24 June 1943) is a Conservative rabbi. He is a professor of Jewish theology at the American Jewish University (formerly the University
Dec 22nd 2016



Carol Tavris
first developed by Leon Festinger and later advanced by his student Elliot Aronson into a theory of self-justification. Cognitive dissonance is the state
Apr 2nd 2017



Gardner Lindzey
the University of Minnesota. Psychologist and fellow faculty member Elliot Aronson described Lindzey as "the star of the round table, an entertaining storyteller
Feb 21st 2017



Jigsaw
(teaching technique), a teaching technique invented by social psychologist Elliot Aronson in 1971 Jigsaw (clothing retailer), a women's clothing retailer Jigsaw
Jan 6th 2017



Granfalloon
Missouri. Book Review of Age of Propaganda by Anthony Pratkanis and Elliot Aronson, Alison Carpenter Billig, Michael; Tajfel, Henri (1973). "Social categorization
Apr 14th 2017



Cultural divide
New York: Russell Sage Foundation. p. 230. ISBN 0871546892.  Akert, Elliot Aronson, Timothy D. Wilson, Robin M. (2010). Social psychology (7th ed.). Upper
Jan 26th 2017



AAAS Prize for Behavioral Science Research
1973 Lenora Greenbaum 1972 Norman H. Anderson 1971 David C. Glass 1970 Elliot Aronson 1969 Zick Rubin 1968 Bibb Latane 1967 Irving Janis 1966 Ivo K. Feierabend
Apr 4th 2017



Jigsaw (teaching technique)
complete the (jigsaw) puzzle. It was designed by social psychologist Elliot Aronson to help weaken racial cliques in forcibly integrated schools. The technique
Feb 14th 2017



Pratfall effect
perceived average person makes a mistake. Originally described in 1966 by Elliot Aronson, numerous studies have since been conducted to isolate the effects of
Mar 10th 2017



George Gaylord Simpson
Simpson George Gaylord Simpson (June 16, 1902 – October 6, 1984) was an American paleontologist. Simpson was perhaps the most influential paleontologist of the
Aug 31st 2016



List of educational psychologists
(born 1947) Richard C. Anderson (born 1934) Chris Argyris (born 1923) Elliot Aronson Richard C. Atkinson (born 1929) David Ausubel (born 1918) Albert Bandura
Aug 26th 2015



Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Dallas-Symphony-Orchestra">The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) is an American orchestra based in Dallas, Texas. Its principal performing venue is the Meyerson Symphony Center in
Mar 17th 2017



Polyfidelity
Polyfidelity (also sometimes called polyexclusivity) is an intimate relationship structure where all members are considered equal partners and agree to
Apr 16th 2017



Insufficient justification
internal justification is stronger than external justification. In 1963, Elliot Aronson and J. Merrill Carlsmith conducted an experiment with pre-school-age
Dec 20th 2016



Cognitive dissonance
Forbidden Behavior (1963), a variant of the induced-compliance paradigm, by Elliot Aronson and Carlsmith, examined self-justification in children. In the experiment
Apr 27th 2017



The Courage to Heal
evidence beyond a vague set of symptoms. Psychologists Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson state that basic errors regarding the science of memory have never been
Mar 31st 2017



Defensive attribution hypothesis
The defensive attribution hypothesis (or bias, theory, or simply defensive attribution) is a social psychological term from the attributional approach
Sep 10th 2016



Binjamin Wilkomirski
case is discussed in great detail by psychologists Tavris Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson as an interesting case of self-inflicted false memories (Tavris and
Feb 2nd 2017



APA Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Psychology
Taylor 1997 Ellen-SEllen S. Berscheid, Edward-SmithEdward Smith, Robert H. Wurtz 1998/1999 Elliot-AronsonElliot Aronson, William T. Greenough, Allan R. Wagner 2000 Richard J. Davidson, E.
Apr 4th 2017



Leon Festinger
Journal of Applied Psychology, 45(4), 201–213. Cognitive dissonance Social Elliot Aronson Kurt Lewin Propinquity Social comparison theory Social psychology Stanley
Jan 26th 2017



List of social psychologists
Allport Irwin Altman Craig A. Anderson Norman H. Anderson Michael Argyle Elliot Aronson Solomon Asch Berit As Mahzarin Banaji Albert Bandura - Canadian psychologist
Feb 7th 2017



William James Fellow Award
David Premack Robert Plomin Charles R. Gallistel Marcia K. Johnson Elliot Aronson Richard M. Shiffrin David E. Meyer Morris Moscovitch Martha Farah
Apr 4th 2017



Elliott Abrams
"Elliot Abrams" redirects here. For the weather forecaster, see Elliot Abrams (meteorologist). Elliott Abrams (born January 24, 1948) is a former American
Apr 20th 2017



Villejuif leaflet
(4): 467–481. doi:10.1086/269167. JSTOR 2749354.  Anthony Pratkanis, Elliot Aronson, Age of propaganda: the everyday use and abuse of persuasion, Mcmillan
Oct 8th 2016



John F. McDermott
John-FJohn F. McDermott is an American psychiatrist who lives in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is married to Sarah McDermott, and has two children - a boy named John
Feb 10th 2017



András Kepes
literature. To mention but a few of the guests of his shows: Woody Allen, Elliot Aronson, Dave Brubeck, H.H. the Dalai Lama, Glenn Close, Julio Cortazar, Federico
Jan 17th 2017



Elliott wave principle
The Elliott wave principle is a form of technical analysis that finance traders use to analyze financial market cycles and forecast market trends by identifying
Mar 9th 2017



Beauty and the Beast (1987 TV series)
This article is about the 1987 TV series. For other uses, see Beauty and the Beast (disambiguation). Beauty and the Beast is an American fantasy-drama
Apr 2nd 2017



Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
"Princess Margaret" and "Countess of Snowdon" redirect here. For other people of the same name, see Princess Margaret (disambiguation). For the title,
Apr 23rd 2017



When Prophecy Fails
ISBN 1-59147-727-1.  Reissued 2008 by Pinter & Martin with a foreword by Elliot Aronson, ISBN 978-1-905177-19-6 Pargament, Kenneth I. (1997). The Psychology
Apr 25th 2017



Ironic process theory
Ironic process theory or the white bear problem refers to the psychological process whereby deliberate attempts to suppress certain thoughts make them
Jan 6th 2017



False consensus effect
In psychology, the false-consensus effect or false-consensus bias is an attributional type of cognitive bias whereby people tend to overestimate the extent
Apr 22nd 2017



Elaine Hatfield
this research with a number of colleagues, including Leon Festinger, Elliot Aronson, first husband William Walster, whom she met while at Stanford University
Feb 21st 2017



Posek
Posek (Hebrew: פוסק‎ [poˈsek], pl. Poskim, פוסקים‎[pronunciation?]) is the term in Jewish law for "decisor"—a legal scholar who decides the Halakha in
Nov 16th 2016



Group dynamics
Experiment, Sherif used this strategy to reduce conflict between groups. Elliot Aronson’s Jigsaw Classroom also uses this strategy of interdependence. In 1971
Mar 1st 2017



Edna Goodrich
Edna Goodrich (born Bessie Edna Stevens; December 22, 1883 – May 26, 1972) was an American Broadway actress, Florodora girl, author, and media sensation
Jan 2nd 2017



Ben Franklin effect
p.403. University of Michigan. ISBN 0-669-01672-1 Tavris, Carol; Elliot Aronson (2008). Mistakes were made (but not by me). Pinter and Martin. pp. 28–29
Apr 18th 2017



1986 College Football All-America Team
The 1986 All College Football All-America team is composed of college football players who were selected as All-Americans by various organizations and writers
Mar 18th 2017



25th Tony Awards
The 25th Annual Tony Awards ceremony was held on March 28, 1971 at the Palace Theatre in New York City. The ceremony was broadcast by ABC television. Hosts
Nov 13th 2016



Rochester City School District
For other school districts with similar names, see Rochester Community Schools. The Rochester City School District is a public school district that serves
Mar 28th 2017



Disconfirmed expectancy
Disconfirmed expectancy is a psychological term for what is commonly known as a failed prophecy. According to the American social psychologist Leon Festinger's
Mar 28th 2017



Mickey Haller
Michael "Mickey" Haller, Junior is a fictional character created by Michael Connelly in the 2005 novel The Lincoln Lawyer. Haller, a Los Angeles-based
Apr 14th 2017





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