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Psychoanalytic Theory and Social Attitudes

Psychoanalytic Theory and Social Attitudes,10.1086/266948,Public Opinion Quarterly,Irving Sarnoff

Psychoanalytic Theory and Social Attitudes   (Citations: 23)
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Journal: Public Opinion Quarterly - PUBLIC OPIN QUART , vol. 24, no. 2, Special, 1960
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    • ...These results were consistent with other research showing that people withdiscriminatory attitudes towards minorities may also be submissive to authority, find security in rules and norms, and make their social identity their personal identity (e.g., Adorno, Frenkel-Brunswik, Levinson, & Sanford, 1950; Katz, 1960; Sarnoff, 1960)...

    Vittorio Lingiardiet al. The Evaluation of Homophobia in an Italian Sample

    • ...These results were consistent with other research showing that people with discriminatory attitudes toward minorities may also be submissive to authority, find security in rules and norms, and make their social identity their personal identity (e.g., Adorno, Frenkel-Brunswik, Levenson, & Sanford, 1950; Katz, 1960; Sarnoff, 1960)...

    Vittorio Lingiardiet al. The Evaluation of Homophobia in an Italian Sample: An Exploratory Stud...

    • ...Sarnoff (1960) defines an attitude as “a disposition to react favorably or unfavorably to an object or class of objects.” The object or class of objects under consideration in this study was sonification in audio messages...

    Robert E. Isaacson. Sonification as an Aid to Listening in Synthetic Speech

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