ambivalence researchers to gather more information about diversity of attitudes across contexts. 1 Armitage and Conner conducted a study regarding attitudes toward eating a low-fat diet. 21 Past studies have linked ambivalent mental states to slower response times (due to low accessibility) and mild attitudes, although theories of evaluative-cognitive consistency have yet to report such findings. Retrieved November 12, 2014. Consequently, it is not unlikely for those individuals to confront a plethora of unexplained, ambivalent feelings. Yet, since it takes a greater amount of effort to resolve two conflicting attitudes, if one desires to form a conclusion, a more extensive thought process is necessary. Strong attitudes are those that are stable over time, resistant to change, and predict behavior and information processing. T.; Rotteveel,.; Nordgren,.
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itself and not enough to the "pleasure" goal objectives related to and driving the conflict. When each state is in balance, the influence on attitude is equal (A/C). The Griffin formula, also known as the similarity-intensity model : Ambivalence(PN 2-P-N Here, P and N are the magnitude of positive and negative reactions, respectively. G.; Katz,.; Rizzo,.; Bailey,.; Moore,. "Metacognitive Model of Ambivalence: The Role of Multiple Beliefs and Metacognitions in Creating Attitude Ambivalence". Some examples are overcoming addiction, procrastination, health maintenance, and many others. "The agony of ambivalence and ways to resolve it: Introducing the maid model". Freud, Case Studies II (PFL 9).