Understanding the dual modes of social cognitive processing requires a thorough understanding of the current literature. Many fields outside of social psychology also apply research methods designed to study dual modes of social cognitive processing, such as when marketing research examines the impact of subliminal message priming on consumer behavior. It is interesting to see how these social cognitive processes appear every day.
Explain two differences between the dual modes of social cognitive processing.
Explain when conscious/controlled social cognitive processing is more likely to occur than unconscious/automatic social cognitive processing.
Using the current articles and literatures:
Summarize the article and explain which of the two social cognitive processes (conscious, unconscious) is demonstrated in the article and how. Include a description of how the social cognitive process was studied and the results of this research.
Support your answer with specific references to all resources used in its preparation.
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1. Article Particulars - what it is about, summary - 150 words
2. Study of Social cognitive process and results - 150 words
3. Occurrence of conscious/controlled or unconscious/uncontrolled social cognitive processing - 150 words
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Article Review: A Social Cognitive Study
- Authors: Anthony Greenwald and Mahzarin Banaji
- Title: Implicit Social Cognition: Attitudes, Self-Esteem, and Stereotypes
- Particulars: in Psychological Review, Vol. 102, No.1, pages 4-27
- Publisher: The American Psychological Association
- Year: 1995
- URL: http://faculty.smu.edu/chrisl/courses/psyc5351/articles/implicitsocalcog.pdf
In this particular article, Greenwald and Banaji are ...
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