How can cognitive dissonance help to reduce unconsciously prejudiced or discriminatory behavior? A. Cognitive dissonance creates a tension between the intentions and the actions that the individual is motivated to reduce by changing one’s behavior. B. Cognitive dissonance creates a space in which discriminatory behavior is impossible, leading to a gradual reduction in those behaviors in every part of life. C. Cognitive dissonance creates an excuse to change behavior that may be socially acceptable yet prejudiced without giving any reason for others to doubt one’s sincerity. D. Cognitive dissonance creates an inclusive environment around the individual in which all parties, no matter their affiliations, are welcome to behave in a neutral manner.

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I believe that answer is B., I'm not 100% sure though


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