Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition
Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition
Opis: Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition - B Gawronski
Virtually every question in social psychology is currently being shaped by the concepts and methods of implicit social cognition. This tightly edited volume provides the first comprehensive overview of the field. Foremost authorities synthesize the latest findings on how automatic, implicit, and unconscious cognitive processes influence social judgments and behavior. Cutting-edge theories and data are presented in such crucial areas as attitudes, prejudice and stereotyping, self-esteem, self-concepts, close relationships, and morality. Describing state-of-the-art measurement procedures and research designs, the book discusses promising applications in clinical, forensic, and other real-world contexts. Each chapter both sums up what is known and identifies key directions for future research. This book will be useful to researchers and graduate students in social and cognitive psychology; also of interest to readers in applied contexts, including health, clinical, forensic, consumer, and political psychology. It will also serve as a supplemental text in graduate-level courses in social cognition and psychology research methods. "Successfully provides a selective yet comprehensive overview of seminal findings, theoretical developments, emerging themes, current and new directions, applications, and unresolved issues of social cognition research. The authors not only provide lucid, scholarly, detailed discussions, but also reveal and revel in enhanced communication among subdisciplines within and outside psychology...The [ital]Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition[/ital] deserves a careful reading and rereading and a special place on the bookshelf of anyone serious about empirically exploring this topic. It would be a useful resource in an advanced undergraduate or graduate social cognition research course." - David D. Simpson, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 56, No. 5, February 2011 "Research into implicit social cognition keeps growing at a rapid rate. This authoritative handbook takes stock of where we are and offers perspectives on where we might go. In 29 chapters, a stellar group of contributors identify the conceptual foundations of implicit social cognition, provide practical advice on the use of implicit measures, and review what has been learned from them in a broad range of areas, from attitude and personality research to health psychology, politics, and consumer behavior. This Handbook will be an invaluable resource for years to come and required reading in many graduate courses." - Norbert Schwarz, Charles Horton Cooley Collegiate Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan, USA "For many years, psychologists and laypersons have been fascinated by the idea that people are unaware of many mental processes that drive their social behavior. This volume presents a comprehensive review of cutting-edge research on what these mental processes are, whether they can be accurately measured, and how they affect human relations. Cumulatively, the chapters in this book shed new light on the old question of whether people know more about themselves than they can or want to tell." - Yaacov Trope, Department of Psychology, New York University, USAB.K. Payne, B. Gawronski, A History of Implicit Social Cognition: Where Is It Coming From? Where Is It Now? Where Is It Going? Part 1. Basics. A. Moors, A. Spruyt, J. Houwer, In Search of a Measure That Qualifies as Implicit: Recommendations Based on a Decompositional View of Automaticity. D. Carlston, Models of Implicit and Explicit Mental Representation. R. Deutsch, F. Strack, Building Blocks of Social Behavior: Reflective and Impulsive Processes. T.A. Ito, Implicit Social Cognition: Insights from Social Neuroscience. Part 2. Methods and Procedures. D. Wentura, J. Degner, A Practical Guide to Sequential Priming and Related Tasks. S. Teige-Mocigemba, K. Christoph Klauer, J.W. Sherman, A Practical Guide to Implicit Association Tests and Related Tasks. D. Sekaquaptewa, P. Vargas, W. Hippel, A Practical Guide to Paper-and-Pencil Implicit Measures of Attitudes. J.W. Sherman, K.C. Klauer, T.J. Allen, Mathematical Modeling of Implicit Social Cognition: The Machine in the Ghost. J. Houwer, A. Moors, Implicit Measures: Similarities and Differences. Part 3. Cross-Cutting Perspectives. W. Hofmann, T.D. Wilson, Consciousness, Introspection, and the Adaptive Unconscious. B. Gawronski R. Sritharan, Formation, Change, and Contextualization of Mental Associations: Determinants and Principles of Variations in Implicit Measures. K.R. Olson, Y. Dunham, The Development of Implicit Social Cognition. M. Perugini, J. Richetin, C. Zogmaister, Prediction of Behavior. G.V. Bodenhausen, A.R. Todd, Automatic Aspects of Judgment and Decision Making. R.J. Rydell, A.R. McConnell, Consistency and Inconsistency in Implicit Social Cognition: The Case of Implicit and Explicit Measures of Attitudes. M.J. Ferguson, S.C. Porter, What is Implicit about Goal Pursuit? Part 4. Domain-Specific Perspectives. R.E. Petty, P. Brinol, Attitude Structure and Change: Implications for Implicit Measures. D.M. Amodio, S.A. Mendoza, Implicit Intergroup Bias: Cognitive, Affective, and Motivational Underpinnings. S. Trawalter, J.R. Shapiro, Racial Bias and Stereotyping: Interpersonal Processes. V. Zeigler-Hill, C.H. Jordan, Two Faces of Self-Esteem: Implicit and Explicit Forms of Self-Esteem. K. Schnabel, J.B. Asendorpf, The Self-Concept: New Insights from Implicit Measurement Procedures. M.W. Baldwin, J.E. Lydon, M.J. McClure, S. Etchison, Measuring Implicit Processes in Close Relationships. B.K. Payne, C.D. Cameron, Divided Minds, Divided Morals: How Implicit Social Cognition Underpins and Undermines our Sense of Social Justice. Part 5. Applied Perspectives. R.W. Wiers, K. Houben, A. Roefs, P. de Jong, W. Hofmann, A.W. Stacy, Implicit Cognition in Health Psychology: Why Common Sense Goes Out the Window. B.A. Teachman, M.W. Cody, E.M. Clerkin, Clinical Applications of Implicit Social Cognition Theories and Methods. R.J. Snowden, N.S. Gray, Implicit Social Cognition in Forensic Settings. A. Perkins, M. Forehand, Implicit Social Cognition and Indirect Measures in Consumer Behavior. B.A. Nosek, J. Graham, C.B. Hawkins, Implicit Political Cognition.