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(1) The result, again, was a recognition of cognitive dissonance between internal stakeholder groups.
(2) Defenders have advanced to a state of cognitive dissonance, an awareness that beliefs conflict with evidence.
(3) Of course, the recognition of cognitive dissonance still does not solve the problem.
(4) to produce a dissonance.
(5) Meanwhile, the cognitive dissonance of the experience should shock any uniformitarian in the audience fully awake.
(6) Revelling in colour and contrast, drama and dissonance, boldness and individualism, it was the architectural legacy of Romanticism.
(7) Dissonance is most powerful in a generally consonant context - hence the need to be extremely cautious in its use.
(8) The resolution of one dissonance is often the preparation for another dissonance.
(9) Cognitive dissonance – discomfort – occurs when we take actions that are incongruent with this mental image.
(10) Dissonance among the three partners doomed the project.
(11) It is in that process of reducing dissonance that the self-justification accelerator is throttled up.
(12) Cognitive dissonance is also applied to a perceived incongruity between a person's attitudes and his behaviour.
(13) Alas the false gods did not put their dissonance into sports; instead a full out war developed between the false gods.
(14) Both transfigure a region in whose joyful chords dissonance as well as the terrible image of world fade delightfully away.
(15) To lead up to and soften ( a dissonance or its impact ) by means of preparation.
(16) The party faithful might be willing to put up with such dissonance among their candidates.
(17) But in 1959 something was wrong with this picture: cognitive dissonance.
(18) We will return to this problem of spacing in the following section[sentencedict .com], with a more extended discussion on consonance and dissonance.
(19) We will now add a lower part which will turn the consonant effect into one of uniformly relaxed mild dissonance.
(20) Composers have often introduced dissonant diatonic notes into otherwise straight forward harmonic situations to give the desired touch of dissonance or unconventionality.
(21) For example, if I make the melody of one part vocalizing, dissonance interval would appear.
(22) By the late 1940s, he was already employing modern classical ideas such as polytonality and dissonance, and working in unusual time signatures to create a distinctive jazz sound.
(23) The music of Wagner was distinguished by startling innovations in chord progressions and dissonance.
(24) The concerts were more enjoyable without all the horrid modern dissonance which nobody really understood.
(25) In acoustics he studied the propagation of sound and musical consonance and dissonance.
(26) Horney believed that the motive structure of neurosis was the basic anxiety, which originally came from the contradiction of social culture and the dissonance of the interpersonal relation.
(27) Music To lead up to and soften ( a dissonance or its impact ) by means of preparation.
(28) It's a role he relishes, particularly for the cognitive dissonance It'serves up : A Republican Deadhead?
(29) Still, he came to admire the sweet-and-sour mix of harmony and dissonance in Stephen Sondheim's intricate songs.
(30) Music To cause ( a tone or chord ) to progress from dissonance to consonance.
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