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By Jeffrey W. Sherman PhD, Bertram Gawronski PhD, Yaacov Trope PhD

This quantity presents an authoritative synthesis of a dynamic, influential zone of mental examine. prime investigators deal with all elements of dual-process theories: their center assumptions, conceptual foundations, and purposes to quite a lot of social phenomena. In 38 chapters, the amount addresses the pivotal position of computerized and regulated procedures in attitudes and overview; social conception; considering and reasoning; self-regulation; and the interaction of have an effect on, cognition, and motivation. present empirical and methodological advancements are defined. reviews of the duality technique are explored and significant questions for destiny study identified.

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