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Attitude a key concept of social psychology refers to a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward something or someone, exhibited in one's beliefs , feelings , or intended behavior.

Attitude accessibility refers to the strength of the association between an object and a person's evaluation of that object; accessibility is measured by the speed with which people can report how they feel about an issue or object.

The Attitude inoculation describes the exposing people to weak attacks upon their attitudes so that when stronger attacks come, they will have refutations available.

Attitude polarization refers to the finding that people’s attitudes become more extreme as they reflect on them

Attitude scale refers to a collection of attitudinal statements with which respondents indicate agreement or disagreement.
Attitude Surveys Data refers to a collection techniques designed to collect standard information from a large number of subjects concerning their attitudes or feelings .

Attitude-similarity refers to the concept in psychology that suggests individuals are more likely to be attracted to, form relationships with, and trust those who share similar attitudes, beliefs, and values. This article explores the psychological aspects of attitude-similarity, provides examples, discusses risks and application areas, offers recommendations, and addresses potential treatments and healing methods. Additionally, it briefly delves into the historical and legal perspectives of attitude-similarity.

Attitude-similarity effect when people find others more attractive and likeable the more similar they are in their attitudes , beliefs , and preferences