Social Cognition 2003 - Abstracts

Social Cognition 2003
Approaching and avoiding Linda: motor signals influence the conjunction fallacy.Sociology and social workRiis, Jason; Schwarz, Norbert
Automatic category activation and social behavior: the moderating role of prejudiced beliefs.Sociology and social workCroizet, Jean-Claude, Brown, Rupert, Bohner, Gerd, Fournet, Marion, Payne, Andrew
Automatic normative behavior in environments: the moderating role of conformity in activating situational norms.Sociology and social workDijksterhuis, Ap, Aarts, Henk, Custers, Ruud
Bearing false witness under pressure: implicit and explicit components of stereotype-driven memory distortions.Sociology and social workKlauer, Karl Christoph, Sherman, Jeffrey W., Ehrenberg, Katja, Groom, Carla J.
Biased against "them" more than "him": stereotype use in group-directed and individual-directed judgments.Sociology and social workGill, Michael J.
Black Americans' implicit racial associations and their implications for intergroup judgment.Sociology and social workMonteith, Margo J., Ashburn-Nardo, Leslie, Knowles, Megan L.
Effects of introspection about reasons for values: extending research on values-as-truisms.Sociology and social workMaio, Gregory R., Olson, James M., Bernard, Mark M.
Effects of processing strategy on episodic memory and contingency learning in-group stereotype formation.Sociology and social workMeiser, Thorsten
False memories of attitude-relevant actions.Sociology and social workLord, Charles G., McIntyre, Rusty B., Lewis, Shannon J., Frye, G.D. Jay
"How happy was i, anyway?" A retrospective impact bias.Sociology and social workWilson, Timothy D., Meyers, Jay, Gilbert, Daniel T.
"It was nothing"-extending evolutionary models of altruism by two social cognitive biases in judgments of the costs and benefits of helping.Sociology and social workMcGuire, Anne M.
Noticing the self: implicit assessment of self-focused attention using word recognition latencies.Sociology and social workSilvia, Paul J., Eichstaedt, Jan
Perceiving individuals and groups as coherent: how do perceivers make sense of variable behavior?.Sociology and social workPlaks, Jason E., Shafer, Jennifer L., Shoda, Yuichi
Preserved knowledge of self in a case of Alzheimer's dementia.Sociology and social workKlein, Stanley B., Cosmides, Leda, Costabile, Kristi A.
Spontaneous stereotyping: a matter of prejudice?.Sociology and social workStewart, Tracie L., Weeks, Matthew, Lupfer, Michael B.
The effects of an elderly stereotype prime on reaching and grasping actions.Sociology and social workBanfield, Jane F., Pendry, Louise F., Edwards, Martin G., Mewse, Avril
The mental representations of high and low entitativity groups.Sociology and social workJohnson, Amy L., Queller, Sarah
The need for speed: the menstrual cycle and person construal.Sociology and social workGrace, Randolph C., Johnston, Lucy, Arden, Katie, Macrae, C. Neil
Waning of stereotypic perceptions in small groups: identity negotiation and erosion of gender expectations of women.Sociology and social workSwann, William B., Jr., Kwan, Virginia S. Y., Polzer, Jeffrey T., Milton, Laurie P.
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