Social Cognition 2007 - Abstracts

Social Cognition 2007
Action control by implementation intentions: Effective cue detection and efficient response initiation.Sociology and social workOettingen, Gabriele, Gollwitzer, Peter M., Parks-Stamm, Elizabeth J.
An early history of hindsight research.Sociology and social workFischhoff, Baruch
Attitude construction: evaluation in context.Sociology and social workSchwarz, Norbert
Attitude representation: attitudes as patterns in a distributed, connectionist representational system.Sociology and social workSmith, Eliot R., Conrey, Frederica R.
Attitudes as object-evaluation associations of varying strength.(Report)Sociology and social workFazio, Russell H.
Changing past behavior without means of a time machine: effects on future behavioral decisions.Sociology and social workArmitage, Christopher J.
Cognitive process models of hindsight bias.Sociology and social workBlank, Hartmut, Nestler, Steffen
Did everybody know it all along? a review of individual differences in hindsight bias.Sociology and social workMusch, Jochen, Wagner, Thomas
Hindsight bias across the life span.Sociology and social workBayen, Ute J., Pohl, Rudiger F., Erdielder, Edgar, Auer, Tina-Sarah
Hindsight bias in legal decision making.Sociology and social workHarley, Erin M.
Hindsight bias: on being wise after the event.Sociology and social workMusch, Jochen, Blank, Hartmut, Polhl. Rudiger F.
Hindsight bias, the misinformation effect, and false autobiographical memories.Sociology and social workMazzoni, Giuliana, Vannucci, Manila
How beautiful is the goal and how violent is the fistfight? Spatial bias in the interpretation of human behavior.(Report)Sociology and social workMaass, Anne, Pagani, Damiano, Berta, Emanuela
Learning group differences: Implications for contrast and assimilation in stereotyping.Sociology and social workWedell, Douglas H., Hicklin, Susanne K.
Making sense of failure: a motivated model of hindsight bias.Sociology and social workPezzo, Mark V., Pezzo, Stephanie P.
Metacognitive experiences and hindsight bias: it's not just the thought (content) that counts!Sociology and social workSanna, Lawrence J., Schwarz, Norbert
Mimicry and me: the impact of mimicry on self-construal.Sociology and social workvan Baaren, Rick B., Chartrand, Tanya L., Ashton-James, Claire, Decety, Jean, Karremans, Johan
Multiple roles for source credibility under high elaboration: it's all in the timing.Sociology and social workPetty, Richard E., Tormala, Zakary L., Brinol, Pablo
Power influences self-esteem.Sociology and social workWojciszke, Bogdan, Struzynska-Kujalowicz, Anna
Recollection biases in hindsight judgments.Sociology and social workErdfelder, Edgar, Brandt, Martin, Broder, Arndt
Relying on accessible content versus accessibility experiences: the case of processing capacity.(Report)Sociology and social workBless, Herbert, Greifeneder, Rainer
"Remember when you got the big, big bulldozer?" mother-child reminiscing over time and across cultures.Sociology and social workQi Wang
Repercussions of self-construal for self-relevant and other-relevant choice.Sociology and social workIyengar, Sheena S., Pohlmann, Claudia, Carranza, Erica, Hannover, Bettina
Tackling the Monday-morning quarterback: applications of hindsight bias in decision-making settings.Sociology and social workRajan, Mahesh N., Louie, Therese A., Sibley, Robert E.
Tainted truth: Overcorrection for misinformation influence on eyewitness memory.Sociology and social workEchteroff, Gerald, Groll, Stephan, Hirst, William
The advantages of an inclusive definition of attitude.(Report)Sociology and social workChaiken, Shelly, Eagly, Alice H.
The Breadth-based Adjective Rating Task (BART) as an indirect measure of self-esteem.(Report)Sociology and social workAlloy, Lauren B., Karpinski, Andrew, Steinberg, Jennifer A., Versek, Brian
The contribution of face familiarity to ingroup favoritism and stereotyping.Sociology and social workZebrowitz, Leslie A., Bronstad, P. Matthew, Hoon Koo Lee
The effects of implicit theories of moral character on affective reactions to moral transgressions.Sociology and social workMiller, Claude H., Burgoon, Judee K., Hall, John R.
The effects of temporal framing on counterfactual thinking and self-appraisal: An individual differences perspective.Sociology and social workOlson, James M., Haynes, Graeme A., Sorentino, Richard M., Szeto, Andrew C.H., Wirkki, J.Sirkka, O' Connor, Melissa C.
The Iterative Reprocessing Model: a multilevel framework for attitudes and evaluation.Sociology and social workZelazo, Philip David, Packer, Dominic J., Cunningham, William A., van Bavel, Jay J.
The meta-cognitive model (MCM) of attitudes: implications for attitude measurement, change, and strength.(Report)Sociology and social workPetty, Richard E., Brinol, Pablo, DeMarree, Kenneth G.
The perversity of inanimate objects: Stimulus control by incidental musical notation.Sociology and social workBargh, John A., Levine, Lindsay R., Morsella, Ezequiel
The role of surprise in hindsight bias: a metacognitive model of reduced and reversed hindsight bias.Sociology and social workStahlberg, Dagmar, Muller, Patrick A.
Toward a cognitive and social neuroscience of humor processing.Sociology and social workChannon, Shelley, Uekermann, Jennifer, Daum, Irene
Unraveling the process underlying evaluation: attitudes from the perspective of the APE model.(Associative-Propositional Evaluation)(Report)Sociology and social workBodenhausen, Galen V., Gawronski, Bertram
Ways to assess hindsight bias.Sociology and social workPohl, Rudiger F.
What can children tell us about hindsight bias: a fundamental constraint on perspective-taking?Sociology and social workBernstein, Daniel M., Birch, Susan A.I.
When is it going to happen? How temporal distance influences processing for risky-choice framing tasks.Sociology and social workMcElroy, Todd, Mascari, Dominic
When race and gender go without saying.Sociology and social workHegarty, Peter, Pratto, Felicia, Korchmaros, Josephine D.
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