Induced compliance paradigm refers to a research methodology used to test dissonance theory , which arouses dissonance by getting people to engage in counter-attitudinal behavior . In Induced compliance paradigm, participants are induced to comply with an experimenter’s request that they behave in a way that is inconsistent with their attitudes

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