Self-perception changes in a sensitivity training laboratory by Robert William Stephenson

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Published in Washington : National Training Laboratories, National Education Association, 1965 .

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Statementby Robert W. Stephenson, Clara E. Erickson, George F.J. Lehner.
SeriesExplorations in human relations training and research ; no. 5
LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/4178 (H)
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Pagination30 leaves ; 29 cm.
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL4765587M
LC Control Number78112946

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Self-Perception Theory provides an alternative explanation for cognitive dissonance effects. For example Festinger and Carlsmith's experiment where people were paid $1 or $20 to lie.

Cognitive dissonance says that people felt bad about lying for $1 because they could not justify the act. In sum, researchers in psychology have applied the self-perception theory to a wide variety of attitudes and behaviors with very interesting and important implications. References: Bem, D. Self-perception: An alternative interpretation of cognitive dissonance phenomena.

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