Cognitive Methods in Social Psychology
Researchers are increasingly applying cognitive methods to investigate social psychological phenomena. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to widely used social cognitive methods and offers practical, nuts-and-bolts guidance for implementing them. Leading authorities present attentional paradigms, priming paradigms, and response interference tasks; psychobiological approaches, such as neuroimaging; applications of mathematical models; and other methods. Detailed procedural information helps researchers and students take their first steps in using these state-of-the-art tools. Each chapter is illustrated with recent research examples and includes helpful recommendations for further reading.
Note: The hardcover edition of this book contained a chapter titled "Priming as Proxy: Understanding the Subjectivity of Social Life," by D. A. Stapel. This chapter has been retracted by joint decision of the publisher and the book's editors. Please see https://www.commissielevelt.
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Inferring Latent Processes
1The Assessment of Human Attention
3Response Interference Tasks as Indirect Measures of Automatic Associations
5Working Memory Capacity in Social Psychology
6Psycholinguistic Methods in Social Psychology
Methods to Assess Primary versus Secondary Cognition
8Peripheral Psychophysiological Methods
9EventRelatedPotential Methods in Social Cognition
10Neuroimaging Methods in Social Cognition
11Multinomial Models and Diffusion Models
12Connectionist Simulation as a Tool for Understanding Social Cognition and Neuroscience
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