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ArticleKnowles, EricRadio and television offer promising media for addressing large-scale social problems. Unfortunately, very few mass-media messages have utilized social psychological theories of persuasion and influence. This article summarizes 2 studies that evaluate . . .
ArticleThe Attitude–Behavior Relationship: A Test of Three Models of the Moderating Role of Behavioral DifficultyKraiser, FlorianThe moderating role of behavioral difficulty in the attitude–behavior relationship remains a controversial topic in social psychology. Previous research has been unclear in establishing the direction of this moderation, and 3 theoretical models have b . . .
ArticleSchultz, P. WesleyUsing the Implicit Association Test (IAT), we examined the tendency for people to associate self with natural or built environments, the malleability of these scores across context, and the relationship between these implicit associations and explicit . . .
ArticleThe Theory of Planned Behavior Without Compatibility? Beyond Method Bias and Past Trivial AssociationsKaiser, FlorianOverreliance on one measurement approach can challenge accurate statements about reality, as findings can represent by-products of the compulsory measurement paradigm. Within the theory of planned behavior (TPB), the compatibility principle represents . . .