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ERIC Number: EJ189400
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Youths' Attitudes toward the Presidency: The Relationship between Cognition and Affect
Lupfer, Michael B.
Social Science Quarterly, 59, 2, 355-61, Sep 78
Examines the extent to which the declining affection for the presidency among maturing youth results from increased knowledge about the presidency and about general political and social issues. Findings indicate that as youths' cognitive abilities become more mature, they find it easier to assimilate conflicting information and resist adult authority in evaluating social objects. (Author/DB)
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Language: English
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