Revision checklist for attitudes

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  • Created on: 21-06-10 16:18


-Attitudes are usually subjective beliefs and values.

-Attitudes are specific and related to an attitude object.

-Attitudes are largely formed through experiences.

-The Triadic model suggests that attitudes have three components; cognitive, affective and behavioural.

-Attitudes can influence behaviour in sport but are not a predictor of behaviour.

-Stereotyping is not necessarily bad in itself but it is important for teachers and coaches to understand the implications of inaccurate stereotypes and challenge them.

-Attitudes can be resistant to change and can change to prejudice.

-Can be changed by persuasive communication and cognitive dissonance.

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