DENTISTRY Ethics and Professionalism. ENTERING A PROFESSION. What does that really mean and how does it affect your life? Must meet a higher standard than the general public Starts today as a student Your actions speak volumes. WHAT IS A PROFESSION?.By monita
Attitudes Towards Women in 1900. Group Activity Higher History. Attitudes towards women in 1900 were very different from attitudes today. First, however, we will try to define current attitudes to men and women. Task 1.By kuri
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Attitudes. Mktg 450 Fall 2005. Using Importance-Performance with Competitors’ Data – High Importance. Using Importance-Performance with Competitors’ Data – Low Importance. Marketing Warfare. Basic Assumptions. Markets are competitive Competitors are rarely of equal strength
Attitudes. An attitude is a positive, negative, or mixed reaction to a person, object, or idea. Attitudes can be based on three general classes of information: 1. Affect 2. Behavior 3. Cognition. How are Attitudes Formed?. Learning
ATTITUDES Attitudes are learned predispositions that project a positive or negative behaviour consistently toward various objects of the world. Attitudes influence the way we think and behave and are therefore important for the marketers who study them to understand how a consumer behaves.
Attitudes. Mktg 450 Fall 2005. Subliminal?. Agenda. Attitude Concept – ABC Model Expectancy-Value Model Importance-Performance Competitive Strategy. What is an Attitude?. A learned predisposition to behave in a consistently favorable or unfavorable way with respect to a given object.
Attitudes . Tri-Component Model Attitudes and Behaviour Attitude Formation. Limitations of the Tri-Component Model. Does a person’s attitude ALWAYS enable us to predict their behaviour ?
Attitudes. The posture of one’s mind bears directly on his words and actions. A person’s outlook decides and adjusts his behavior. That which is one’s disposition is what we call attitude . (Examples: Arrogant, Negative attitudes.). A Complaining Attitude.
Attitudes. Where do attitudes come from? What do we have attitudes on? How do implicit and explicit attitudes related? What does the meta-cognitive model say about this? Wilson’s dual attitude approach? What are attitude structure events?. What is an attitude?.
Attitudes. The Nature of Attitudes Relatively stable Beliefs – facts and general knowledge Feelings – love, hate, like, dislike Behaviors – inclination to approach, avoid, buy Self-monitoring High self-monitors look for cues about how they are expected to behave
Attitudes. Negative Attitudes:Make it difficult for other peopleLike a Spoiled apple in the barrel infects others.Represses fun and harmless horse play.. Baby Boomers at age 50. Auto TheftDownhill SkiingSmoking GrassMotorized MoviesJoggingIOU\'sLawyersSun Tans. Computer CrimeCross CountryCutting GrassCable TVHikingIRS\'sAccountantsFace Lifts.
Attitudes. Early definition – Lange (1888) defined as a state of readiness to behave Allport (1935) - first complete definition in social psychology mental & neural state – mediating construct of readiness – activation, physiological quality organized - cognitive structure