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Effects of Reinforcement and Punishment on Attitude Formation
Peoples? attitudes may frequently be predicted by the attitudes of their peers or salient individuals of higher status. Previous research focuses on elaborative conditioning to explain this effect. The present study elaborates on this previous research by examining the role of reinforcement and punishment on attitude formation, and creating a paradigm that more accurately reflects real world interaction between the individual and his or her family members and peers. Participants expressed theirdoi:10.13016/m2tm6k fatcat:6lkgvwt2kfh7jakdhlp4l6lv3i