„Value-expressive attitudes not only give clarity to the self-image but also mold the self-image closer to the heart’s desire.“

—  Daniel Katz, Daniel Katz (1960). "The functional approach to the study of attitudes". In: Public opinion quarterly, 24 (1960). p. 173
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