Social Cognition 2006 - Abstracts

Social Cognition 2006
Adaptive aspects of social cognitive functioning in adulthood: Age-related goal and knowledge influences.Sociology and social workHess, Thomas M.
Ambiguity and the timecourse of racial perception.Sociology and social workIto, Tiffany A., Willadsen-Jensen, Eve C.
Beyond secondary emotions: The infrahumanization of outgroups using human-related and animal-related words.Sociology and social workViki, G. Tendayi, Winchester, Laura, Titshall, Laura, Chisango, Tadios, Pina, Afroditi, Russell, Rebecca
Black and White: The role of color bias in implicit race bias.Sociology and social workDovidio, John F., Johnson, Blair T., McLalen, Aaron Smith, Pearson, Adam R.
Decomposing the implicit self-concept: The relative influence of semantic meaning and valence on attribute self-association.Sociology and social workPerkins, Andrew W., Forehand, Mark R.
Do beliefs and attributional complexity influence age differences in the correspondence bias?Sociology and social workBlanchard-Fields, Fredda, Horhota, Michelle
Do cyclic changes in women's face preferences target cues to long-term health?Sociology and social workRhodes, Gillian, Simmons, Leigh W., Koehler, Nicole, Zebrowitz, Leslie A.
Does it matter if it involves my group? How the importance of collective-esteem influences a group-based framing task.Sociology and social workSeta, John J., McElroy, Todd
Ego-depletion and prejudice: Separating automatic and controlled components.Sociology and social workPayne, B. Keith, Govorun, Olesya
Finally, faces find favor.(facial expressions)Sociology and social workZebrowitz, Leslie A.
Goals change when life's fragility is primed: Lessons learned from older adults, the September 11 attacks and SARS.Sociology and social workCarstensen, Laura L., Helene H. Fung
How can the study of aging inform research on social cognition?Sociology and social workBlanchard-Fields, Fredda, Horhota, Michelle
I can't take my eyes off it - Attention attraction effects of implementation intentions.Sociology and social workSassenberg, Kai, Wieber, Frank
Individual differences in attitude structure and the accessibility of the affective and cognitive components of attitude.Sociology and social workHuskinson, Thomas L.H., Haddock, Geoffrey
It doesn't matter what you wear: The impact of posed and genuine expressions of happiness on product evaluation.Sociology and social workJohnston, Lucy, Miles, Lynden, Peace, Victoria
Looking to the future: How possible aged selves influence prejudice toward older adults.Sociology and social workChasteen, Alison L., Packer, Dominic J.
Memory control beliefs: How are they related to age, strategy use and memory improvement?Sociology and social workLachman, Margie E., Andreoletti, Carrie, Pearman, Ann
Memory performance of late middle-aged adults: Contrasting self-stereotyping and stereotype threat accounts of assimilation to age stereotypes.Sociology and social workHummert, Mary Lee, O'Brien, Laurie T.
Minority status decreases sense of control and increases interpretative processing.Sociology and social workFiske, Susan T., Guinote, Ana, Brown, Megan
On construing others: Category and stereotype activation from facial cues.Sociology and social workMacrae, C. Neil, Mason, Malia F., Cloutier, Jasmin
On the inexplicability of the implicit differences in the information provided by implicit and explicit tests.Sociology and social workSmith, Eliot R., Banner, Michele J., Semin, Gun R., DeCoster, Jamie
On wonderful women and seeing smiles: Social categorization moderates the happy face response latency advantage.Sociology and social workHugenberg, Kurt, Sczesny, Sabine
Personality judgments from natural and composite facial images: More evidence for a 'kernel of truth' in social perception.Sociology and social workPound, Nicholas, Little, Anthony C., Penton-Voak, Ian S., Perrett, David I.
Racial bias in perceptions of athleticism: The role of motivation in the elimination of bias.Sociology and social workPlant, E. Ashby, Peruche, B. Michelle
Shielding intentions from distraction: Forming an intention induces inhibition of distracting stimuli.Sociology and social workKnippenberg, Ad van, Veling, Harm
Stereotype directionality and attractiveness stereotyping: Is beauty good or is ugly bad?Sociology and social workGriffin, Angela M., Langlois, Judith H.
The automaticity of affective reactions: Stimulus valence, arousal and lateral spatial attention.Sociology and social workRobinson, Michael D., Compton, Rebecca J.
The dimensional structure of the need for cognitive closure scale: Relationships with 'seizing' and 'freezing' process.Sociology and social workRoets, Arne, Van Hiel, Alain, Cornelis, Ilse
The effects of different types of self-activation on social comparison orientation.Sociology and social workStapel, Diederik A., Schwinghammer, Saskia A.
The efficient use of race and Afrocentric features in inverted faces.Sociology and social workBlair, Irene V.
The Induction-Deduction Asymmetry: Fact or artifact?Sociology and social workMaass, Anne, Cadinu, Mara, Taroni, Mattia, Masserini, Margherita
The moody chameleon: The effect of mood on non-conscious mimicry.Sociology and social workHolland, Rob W., Van Baaren, Rick B., Fockenberg, Daniel A., Janssen, Loes, Van Knippenberg, Ad
Understanding stereotype lift: On the role of the social self.Sociology and social workStapel, Diederik A., Marx, David M.
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