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Elsa hates her boss, but, in order to be successful at work, she goes out of her way to be nice to him. According to cognitive dissonance theory, Elsa’s behavior is likely to

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Elsa hates her boss, but, in order to be successful at work, she goes out of her way to be nice to him. According to cognitive dissonance theory, Elsa’s behavior is likely to

(A) make her resent her boss.
(B) lead her to displace her hostility onto others.
(C) cause her to work below her potential.
(D) result in more positive feelings about her boss.
(E) produce psychological problems in other aspects of her life.

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(D) result in more positive feelings about her boss.

 
Posted : 12/11/2023 10:32 am
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