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  • a degree of stock in what these guys say … Cognative Dissonance is alive and well in this country …

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Rumsfeld Called Out On Lies About WMD

  • Cognitive Dissonance is tough to overcome, and I’m sure there are a lot of Goode’s “base” that will accept corruption from someone they see as ‘on their side.’

    Waldo Jaquith - Al Weed’s Ewert mailer.

  • Then it was back to the string quartets, notably K. 465, known as "Dissonance."

    A Midair Mozart Marathon

  • But, not as much as Liberals; and most Conservatives are aware of this Cognitive Dissonance, which is personal destruction versus the reality of free standing ideas, not people.

    McCook Daily Gazette Headlines

  • Dissonance occurs when I’m behaving in a way that’s inconsistent with what my relationship partner expects of me.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

  • Dissonance occurs when I’m behaving in a way that’s inconsistent with what my relationship partner expects of me.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

  • Dissonance occurs when I’m behaving in a way that’s inconsistent with what my relationship partner expects of me.

    Managing Strategic Relationships

  • In their final performance as students at CSU, the Amani String Quartet will perform Mozart's "Dissonance," (String Quartet in C major), Britten's "Three Divertimenti" and Brahms '

    coloradoan.com - Local News

  • More a singspiel, with arias interspersed by spoken monologue, "Dissonance" found the three characters hardly interacting so much as remaining isolated figures addressing the audience in monologues or arias.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • The connection between Woolf's edgy hypersensitivity and Mozart's "Dissonance" quartet is immediate.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - Homepage

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