Multi-Attribute Models of Attitudes

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Multi-Attribute Models of Attitudes

The several theories of attitudes, such as Fishbein's learning theory of attitudes, with the basic assumption that attitudes are based upon the individual's perceptions of the attributes of the choice alternatives. These models usually include the idea that the individual assigns importance weights to each attribute and arrives at an overall evaluation on the basis of these weighted attributes. Source: AMA

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