Dual-Process Theories in Social Psychology

ISBN-10: 1572304219
ISBN-13: 9781572304215
Edition: 1999
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Description: This volume provides a comprehensive summary of theory, research, and criticism about multiple modes of processing in social and cognitive psychology.

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Book details

List price: $100.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 2/19/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 657
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.882
Language: English

This volume provides a comprehensive summary of theory, research, and criticism about multiple modes of processing in social and cognitive psychology.

Overview
What the Mind's Not
The History of Dual-Process Notions, and the Future of Preconscious Control
Dual-Process Theories in Attitudes and Social Cognition, and Single-Process Countermodels
Attitudes (and Beyond)
The Elaboration Likelihood Model: Current Status and Controversies
The Heuristic-Systematic Model in Its Broader Context
The MODE Model of Attitude-Behavior Processes
Depth of Processing, Belief Congruence, and Attitude-Behavior Correspondence
Person Perception
Spontaneous versus Intentional Inferences in Impression Formation
A Dual-Process Model of Overconfident Attributional Inferences
Modes of Social Thought: Theories and Social Understanding
Dual-Processing Accounts of Inconsistencies in Responses to General versus Specific Cases
Stereotyping in Particular
The Continuum Model: Ten Years Later
Dual Processes in the Cognitive Representation of Persons and Social Categories
On the Dialectics of Discrimination: Dual Processes in Social Stereotyping, Bodenhausen
One or Two Processing Modes in Social Cognition?
Separate or Equal?: Bimodal Notions of Persuasion and a Single-Process "Unimodel,"
Parallel Processing of Stereotypes and Behaviors
Associative and Rule-Based Processing: A Connectionist Interpretation of Dual-Process Models
Issues of Cognition Control in Processing and Judgment
Automaticity and Control in Stereotyping
The Cognitive Monster: The Case against the Controllability of Automatic Stereotype Effects
The Role of Cognitive Control: Early Selection versus Late Correction
Issues of Affect and Self-Regulation in Dual-Process Theories
Deliberative versus Implemental Mindsets in the Control of Action
Sufficient and Necessary Conditions in Dual-Process Models: The Case of Mood and Information Processing
Affect in Attitude: Immediate and Deliberative Perspectives
Some Basic Issues Regarding Dual-Process Theories from the Perspective of Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory
Processes Underlying Metacognitive Judgments: Information-Based and Experience-Based Monitoring of One's Own Knowledge
Promotion and Prevention as motivational Duality: Implications for Evaluative Processes
Applications and Extensions of Dual-Process Theorizing
Exploring the Boundary between Fiction and Reality
Motives and Modes of Processing in the Social Influence of Groups
The Social Contingency Model: Identifying Empirical and Normative Boundary Conditions on the Error-and-Bias Portrait of Human Nature
On the Relationship between Social and Cognitive Modes of Organization
Dualities and Continua: Implications for Understanding Perceptions of Persons and Groups
When Do Decent People Blame Victims?: The Differing Effects of the Explicit/Rational and Implicit/Experiential Cognitive Systems

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