The term Attitude, in social psychology, is understood as a cognition, that is often with some degree of hatred or attraction that is with some emotional valence, it generally reflects the classification and evaluation of certain objects and/or the events. It is an important psychological concept, which have been a cornerstone in initiation of several research. While attitudes are logically the hypothetical constructs, which implicate that they are inferred but not always objectively observable, attitudes are essentially manifested in conscious experience, the overt behaviour, the verbal reports, and certain physiological indicators.
The concept of attitude have developed out of the attempts to account for the observed regularities in the behaviour of a certain individual persons. For instance, one develop a tendency to group others in some common classes, that is they tend to group all of the people in a particular room are wearing basketball uniforms. One also classifies certain object for example the paintings or certain events such as battles.