Consistent with the prophesies and observations made in the last three reviews of attitudes published in this series (Eagly & Himmelfarb 1978, Cialdini et al 1 981, Cooper & Croyle 1984), research and theorizing on the nature of lCharles Stangor is now at the Department of Psychology, Michigan State University. East Lansing. Michigan 48824 0066-4308/87/0201-0575$02.00 CHAIKEN & STANGOR attitudes and attitude change have made a strong comeback from the pessiÂ mism and decline of interest that characterized the late 1 960s and 70s (see McGuire 1 985 and Eagly 1 986). This fact is reflected in both the number of articles that we initially uncovered and the number of compromises we were forced to make in selecting topics and articles to review. I Preparing even a selective review of the literature given the space allotted to us was at times an overwhelming experience, and it was with severe regret that we condensed interesting topics and findings from pages to sentences in our struggle to meet space limitations. Our task would have been even more difficult and our concern about omissions more severe were it not for the appearance of several excellent review chapters in the third edition of
Annual Review of Psychology – Annual Reviews
Published: Feb 1, 1987
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