Social Cognition
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Social Cognition

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We know for instance that our own perspective and the perspective of another person on the same event can be quite different.New York: Guilford Press.

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Soziale Kognition - Wikipedia

Social Behavior And Personality, 41(7), 1083-1098. Although these effects have been attributed to the potential motivational effects of intergroup contexts or the differential familiarity with ingroup and outgroup faces, it turns out that both factors play an important role in the differential processing of ingroup and outgroup faces (see Hugenberg et al. Learning for Development Participants playing a poker game with human and computer agents had to predict whether the agent was bluffing.

Social cognition - Wikipedia

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.Then the men were left alone with a confederate who they thought had received the same injection. Entspannt leben mit Hund Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.So, our affective states can influence our social cognition in multiple ways, but what about situations where our cognition influences our mood? Das Flüstern der Zeit / Zeitlos-Trilogie Bd.1 The research in Phase 2 showed that there are two ways to generate many ideas: generate ideas in many categories (i. Vegane Protein-Smoothies aus der RainbowWay®-Vitalkost-Küche Social Cognition, McGraw-Hill, Inc..She investigates social cognition, especially cognitive stereotypes and emotional prejudices, at cultural, interpersonal, and neuro-scientific levels.

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Eine der wichtigsten davon betont die soziale Dimension des Wissens.On the scope and generalizability of approach-avoidance effects. The outcome of a social interaction allows participants to infer these traits, and what perhaps is even more interesting is that these trait inferences are formed in single-shot games where participants do not interact with the partner again.Participants viewed a series of Black and White faces and, as in prior research, showed better recognition memory for ingroup White faces than outgroup Black faces. However, research suggests that unfair offers are rejected more often when the partner is a human agent than computer agent.