Title

How to Unprime or Halt Automatic Good-bad Evaluation of Others’ Behaviors

Publication Type

Conference Paper

Publication Date

5-2012

Abstract

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.

Discipline

Personality and Social Contexts

Research Areas

Psychology

Publication

Association for Psychological Science 24th Annual Convention

City or Country

Chicago, IL, USA

Additional URL

http://aps.psychologicalscience.org/convention/program_2012/search/viewProgram.cfm?Abstract_ID=24275&AbType=&AbAuthor=59602&Subject_ID=&Day_ID=all&keyword=

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