Cognitive dissonance approaches have not gone unchallenged.
There is some dissonance of that message with one to wear your mask.
Steyer brushed aside the dissonance of someone with his résumé — Exeter, Yale, Stanford, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs — paying for ads that castigate the influence of “the powerful and well-connected.”
Juggling the psychological weight of the trial with work obligations — catching up on coverage during a midmorning coffee break and viewing fragments of testimony between Zoom meetings — creates a sense of dissonance.
In certain musical styles, movement to and from consonance and dissonance…
The very foundation of harmonic music has been the interplay of consonance and dissonance.
In the tonal system, intervals are traditionally defined in terms of consonance and dissonance.
Dissonance, therefore, has never been forbidden in music, for without it music would be hopelessly static.
More severe cases can involve cognitive-dissonance-induced seizures when faced with, for example, a really good "Inside Amy Schumer" sketch.
The explanation of consonance and dissonance offered by Hermann von Helmholtz in On the Sensations of Tone (1863) is perhaps as helpful as any.
From then on the pileup of dissonance in Schoenberg’s music became so pronounced as to make the concept of dissonance itself meaningless.
If you listen to the podcast, it seems like a clear case of cognitive dissonance—a dissonance that has infected the Obama Administration’s response to Snowden since the beginning.
Former congressman Bob Inglis, a Republican from South Carolina who supports conservative efforts to mitigate global warming, told Politico that the dissonance between Trump’s public stance and his business practice is “diabolical.”
—died July 12, 1996, Oberdürnbach, Austria), Austrian composer whose operas and orchestral works combine late-19th-century Romanticism with 20th-century compositional practices such as dissonance and atonality as well as elements of jazz.
After Wagner, dissonance, particularly dissonance caused by chromaticism, largely ceased to function as it had in traditional harmony, and composers created their own individual, often experimental, usage of dissonance.
Consonance and dissonance, in music, the impression of stability and repose (consonance) in relation to the impression of tension or clash (dissonance) experienced by a listener when certain combinations of tones or notes are sounded together.
There was certainly some dissonance with a president who entered the 2016 race by calling some Mexicans rapists, made a ban on Muslims a campaign centerpiece and has deployed inflammatory language to make appeals to his overwhelmingly white base of supporters.
Trump likewise faces internal dissonance: The self-anointed "law and order" president who will "always back the blue" now could possibly pardon people potentially responsible for the death of a US Capitol Police officer, lots of damage, and other potential crimes.
Stravinsky’s revolutionary style, variously labelled “dynamism,” “barbarism,” or “primitivism,” concentrated on metric imbalance and percussive dissonance and introduced a decade of extreme experimentation that coincided with World War I, a period of major social and political upheaval.
—died February 11, 1989, New York City), American cognitive psychologist, best known for his theory of cognitive dissonance, according to which inconsistency between thoughts, or between thoughts and actions, leads to discomfort (dissonance), which motivates changes in thoughts or behaviours.
- a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters
- the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience
- disagreeable sounds
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