Social Cognition 1998 - Abstracts

Social Cognition 1998
Attributional complexity and cognitive development: a look at the motivational and cognitive requirements for attribution.Sociology and social workSilvera, David H., Blumberg, Stephen J.
Choose your poison: effects of lay beliefs about mental processes on attitude change.Sociology and social workWilson, Timothy D., Houston, Christopher E., Meyers, Jonathan M.
Construing the past and future.Sociology and social workRoss, Michael, Newby-Clark, Ian R.
Direction of comparison asymmetries in relational judgment: the role of linguistic norms.Sociology and social workSherman, Jeffrey W., Roese, Neal J., Hur, Taekyun
Flexible correction processes in social judgment: implications for persuasion.Sociology and social workWegener, Duane T., Petty, Richard E., White, Paul H.
Help, I need somebody: automatic action and inaction.Sociology and social workJohnston, Lucy, Macrae, C. Neil
In search of similarity: stereotypes as naive theories in social categorization.Sociology and social workWittenbrink, Bernd, Hilton, James L., Gist, Pamela L.
Interpersonal reality monitoring: judging the sources of other people's memories.Sociology and social workMitchell, Karen J., Johnson, Marcia K., Bush, Julie G.
Mood, self-esteem, and counterfactuals: externally attributed moods limit self-enhancement strategies.Sociology and social workSanna, Lawrence J., Turley-Ames, Kandi Jo, Meier, Susanne
Perceiving discrimination: the role of prototypes and norm violation.Sociology and social workInman, Mary L., Huerta, Jennifer, Oh, Sie
Reasons for the referent: reducing direction of comparison effects.Sociology and social workHodges, Sara D.
Social judgeability and the bogus pipeline: the role of naive theories of judgment in impression formation.Sociology and social workCorneille, Olivier, Yzerbyt, Vincent Y., Leyens, Jacques-Philippe
Subjective theories about encoding may influence recognition: judgmental regulation in human memory.Sociology and social workForster, Jens, Strack, Fritz
The aboutness principle: a pervasive influence on human inference.Sociology and social workHiggins, E. Tory
The development, perseverance, and change of naive theories.Sociology and social workAnderson, Craig A., Lindsay, James J.
The role of expectancy violating behaviors in the representation of trait knowledge: a summary-plus-exception model of social memory.Sociology and social workKlein, Stanley B., Queller, Sarah, Babey, Susan H.
The role of stereotyping in overconfident social prediction.Sociology and social workBrodt, Susan E., Ross, Lee D.
The spontaneous suppression of racial stereotypes.Sociology and social workSherman, Jeffrey W., Wyer, Natalie A., Stroessner, Steven J.
The transfer of actor-trait associations inferred from behavior.Sociology and social workD'Agostino, Paul R., Hawk, Megan
Trait- versus process-focused social judgment.Sociology and social workDweck, Carol S., Levy, Sheri R.
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