Just some thoughts to consider: Has anyone ever told you to “watch your attitude”? If you are a parent, you have probably said that to one of your children.
How do we form our attitudes in the first place? Share any cognitive errors or biases that you recognize now that you might like to change.
When have you experienced cognitive dissonance?
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After reviewing the material, consider the ways in which your own attitudes and ideas have been formed. Who and what have influenced your development the most? What religious or cultural beliefs do you hold as important that may differ from others? Finally, when have you experienced cognitive dissonance?
Share any cognitive errors or biases that you recognize now that you might like to change.
*Remember to share at your own comfort level as far as what you choose to disclose. This forum is not to cause you to feel embarrassment or shame, but rather to give you cause and opportunity for more insight.
Even though you may be sharing from personal experience, remember that there are plenty of ways to include a reference to this week’s good research material within your post. Don’t forget your citation and reference as you share.