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Conflicts between the “head” and the “heart” can be common in everyday life. We may feel romantically attracted to a particular person despite haldol decanoate package insert firmly believing that this person is not a good match; and the sight of a high-calorie dessert may elicit an impulse to indulge although we haldol decanoate package insert know that it is unhealthy and detrimental for our goal haldol decanoate package insert to lose weight. Conversely, we may experience feelings of apprehension and discomfort when encountering haldol decanoate package insert members of stigmatized groups even though we intellectually abhor prejudice haldol decanoate package insert and wish to express solidarity with minorities; and the idea of shooting a hijacked passenger plane to haldol decanoate package insert prevent terrorists from crashing it into a large building may haldol decanoate package insert elicit a negative emotional reaction even when it would save haldol decanoate package insert the lives of many more people. Although these examples may seem rather distinct, they are conceptually similar in that all of them involve haldol decanoate package insert a conflict between a spontaneous evaluative reaction and a deliberate haldol decanoate package insert evaluative judgment. In the social cognition lab, we are interested in the mental underpinnings of spontaneous and haldol decanoate package insert deliberate responses, focusing especially on the role of associative and propositional processes. In our research, we investigate how associative and propositional processes interact with each haldol decanoate package insert other, how they jointly influence social judgments and social behavior, and what factors lead to changes in the two kinds haldol decanoate package insert of processes and their resulting evaluative responses.

A substantial amount of this research is based on the haldol decanoate package insert associative-propositional evaluation (APE) model, which distinguishes between the activation of associations in memory and haldol decanoate package insert the validation of the propositional information implied by activated associations haldol decanoate package insert (gawronski & bodenhausen, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2014). The original purpose of the APE model was to provide haldol decanoate package insert an integration of seemingly inconsistent findings in the literature on haldol decanoate package insert implicit and explicit attitude change. In several follow-up studies, we have used the core assumptions of the APE model haldol decanoate package insert to gain deeper insights into the mechanisms underlying various social haldol decanoate package insert psychological phenomena. Examples include the role of associative and propositional processes in haldol decanoate package insert attitude formation and change (e.G., gawronski & lebel, 2008), evaluative conditioning (e.G., hu, gawronski, & balas, 2017a, 2017b), cognitive dissonance (e.G., gawronski & strack, 2004), cognitive balance (e.G., langer, walther, gawronski, & blank, 2009), prejudice and stereotyping (e.G., gawronski, peters, brochu, & strack, 2008), biased information processing (e.G., galdi, gawronski, arcuri, & friese, 2012), and self-representation (e.G., peters & gawronski, 2011). Expanding on the basic insights obtained in this work, we have also investigated the role of associative and propositional haldol decanoate package insert processes in various applied contexts, including affective disorders (e.G., ouimet, gawronski, & dozois, 2009), political decision-making (e.G., galdi, arcuri, & gawronski, 2008), consumer behavior (e.G., gawronski, 2013), and legal decision-making (e.G., morrison, devaul-fetters, & gawronski, 2016).

Challenging a widespread assumption in the literature, a considerable body of research has shown that spontaneous evaluations haldol decanoate package insert can be highly context-dependent, such that the same object may elicit different evaluative responses haldol decanoate package insert depending on the context in which it is encountered. However, the conditions under which spontaneous evaluations are context-dependent or context-independent are still not well understood. To address this limitation, we have started to investigate the learning processes that lead haldol decanoate package insert to context-dependent versus context-independent evaluative responses (rydell & gawronski, 2009). Drawing on the concepts of contextual renewal and occasion setting haldol decanoate package insert in animal learning, we have developed a representational theory that specifies the contextual haldol decanoate package insert conditions under which spontaneous evaluations reflect either (a) initially acquired attitudinal information; (b) subsequently acquired counterattitudinal information; or (c) a mixture of both (gawronski, rydell, vervliet, & de houwer, 2010). In several follow-up studies, we have tested novel predictions derived from this theory to haldol decanoate package insert provide deeper insights into the mechanisms underlying context effects on haldol decanoate package insert spontaneous and deliberate evaluations (e.G., brannon & gawronski, 2017, 2018; gawronski, ye, rydell, & de houwer, 2014; ye, tong, chiu, & gawronski, 2017; for a review, see gawronski, rydell, de houwer, brannon, ye, vervliet, & hu, 2018).

A recent line of research in our lab is concerned haldol decanoate package insert with the psychological processes underlying moral judgments and decisions. Drawing on the distinction between norm-based morality (deontology) and outcome-based morality (utilitarianism), our work aims at identifying the contribution of multiple distinct haldol decanoate package insert processes to judgments and decisions in moral dilemmas. Prominent examples of such dilemmas are cases in which violations haldol decanoate package insert of a deontological norm (e.G., do not inflict harm upon others) may lead to better outcomes overall (e.G., sacrificing the well-being of one person to protect the well-being of several others). Similar to the distinction between spontaneous and deliberate evaluation, dual-process theories of moral judgment suggest that deontological judgments are haldol decanoate package insert rooted in spontaneous emotional responses to the idea of causing haldol decanoate package insert harm, whereas utilitarian judgments stem from deliberate cognitive evaluations of outcomes. To allow for more stringent tests of these assumptions, we have developed a process dissociation model that disentangles the haldol decanoate package insert independent contributions of deontological and utilitarian inclinations to moral judgments haldol decanoate package insert (conway & gawronski, 2013). In our ongoing research, we are using an extended multinomial model that quantifies the haldol decanoate package insert unique roles of (1) sensitivity to outcomes, (2) sensitivity to moral norms, and (3) general preference for inaction in moral dilemma judgments (gawronski, armstrong, conway, friesdorf, & hütter, 2017). Using our CNI model, we have explored the influence of qualitatively distinct emotions on haldol decanoate package insert moral judgment (gawronski, conway, armstrong, friesdorf, & hütter, 2018), effects of foreign language use (bialek, paruzel-czachura, & gawronski, 2019), and the role of neuroendocrine factors (brannon, carr, jin, josephs, & gawronski, 2019). Several ongoing studies are investigating individual differences in moral judgments, the role of cognitive reflection, and behavioral correlates such as cheating and prosocial behavior.

Because the strength of any scientific theory depends on the haldol decanoate package insert strength of the data it is based on, our research also includes a strong focus on psychological measurement. One line of work is concerned with the processes underlying haldol decanoate package insert implicit measures of spontaneous evaluation. A major product of this research is an integrative framework haldol decanoate package insert that describes the interplay of attentional and associative processes in haldol decanoate package insert response interference tasks (gawronski, deutsch, lebel, & peters, 2008). Several studies inspired by this framework have shown that a haldol decanoate package insert given factor can produce different effects on otherwise equivalent measures haldol decanoate package insert that have been assumed to assess the same construct (e.G., deutsch & gawronski, 2009; gawronski, cunningham, lebel, & deutsch, 2010). Another line of work has investigated the mechanisms underlying two haldol decanoate package insert of the most popular implicit measures: the implicit association test (conrey, sherman, gawronski, hugenberg, & groom, 2005) and the affect misattribution procedure (gawronski & ye, 2014, 2015). Integrating basic questions of psychological measurement with a broader meta-theoretical perspective, our work is also concerned with fundamental conceptual issues in haldol decanoate package insert the construction and evaluation of social psychological theories (e.G., de houwer, gawronski, & barnes-holmes, 2013; gawronski & bodenhausen, 2015; gawronski, sherman, & trope, 2014).

• conrey, F. R., sherman, J. W., gawronski, B., hugenberg, K., & groom, C. (2005). Separating multiple processes in implicit social cognition: the quad model of implicit task performance. Journal of personality and social psychology, 89, 469-487.

• galdi, S., gawronski, B., arcuri, L., & friese, M. (2012). Selective exposure in decided and undecided individuals: differential relations to automatic associations and conscious beliefs. Personality and social psychology bulletin, 38, 559-569.

• gawronski, B., armstrong, J., conway, P., friesdorf, R., & hütter, M. (2017). Consequences, norms, and generalized inaction in moral dilemmas: the CNI model of moral decision-making. Journal of personality and social psychology, 113, 343-376.

• hu, X., gawronski, B., & balas, R. (2017). Propositional versus dual-process accounts of evaluative conditioning: II. The effectiveness of counter-conditioning and counter-instructions in changing implicit and explicit evaluations. Social psychological and personality science, 8, 858-866.

• hu, X., gawronski, B., & balas, R. (2017). Propositional versus dual-process accounts of evaluative conditioning: I. The effects of co-occurrence and relational information on implicit and explicit evaluations. Personality and social psychology bulletin, 43, 17-32.

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