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9. Why are approach-approach conflicts likely to create more cognitive dissonance than     approach-avoidance conflicts?
a. Approach-approach conflicts are very confusing to resolve intellectually, but     approach-avoidance conflicts are typically simply resolved through behavioral aspects of    reinforcement learning. b. Approach-avoidance conflicts create inertia, thus past habits are employed without the     need to resolve the cognitive inconsistencies. c. Approach-avoidance conflicts result when the positive alternative simply overwhelms the     negative, thus no cognitive dissonance exists under this condition. d. Approach-approach conflicts result when both alternatives are positive. The selection of    one requires the rejection of another, which creates a need for a cognitive explanation of    why one positive choice was not selected
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2 months ago
Approach-approach conflicts result when both alternatives are positive. The selection of one requires the rejection of another, which creates a need for cognitive explanation of why one positive choice was not selected.
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