How to Unprime or Halt Automatic Good-bad Evaluation of Others’ Behaviors
Only entity theorists of personality believing in fixed traits (but not incremental theorists believing in malleable traits) form automatic good-bad evaluation of others’ behaviors. Automatically formed evaluations can be “unprimed” by expression (Sparrow & Wegner, 2006). Automatic evaluative process can be halted by removal of an evaluative goal.
Personality and Social Contexts
Association for Psychological Science 24th Annual Convention
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TONG, Yuk-Yue, & Tan, J. H..(2012). How to Unprime or Halt Automatic Good-bad Evaluation of Others’ Behaviors. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science 24th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, USA.
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