Cognitive Social Psychology: The Princeton Symposium on the Legacy and Future of Social Cognition

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Subject Index

A
Ability 281, 282
Above average effect 120
Abstract concepts 241, 242
Accentuation theory 321
Accessibility 63, 69, 110, 122, 166, 229–245, 248, 250, 257, 278, 279, 283, 288, 339, 346, 351
Accuracy goals 293, 294, 300
Achievement 62, 65, 67
Activation 346, 347, 350, 351, 354, 357
Adaptation level theory 235
Affiliation 7
Affordance 341
Aggression 199
Algorithm 293, 299
Ambivalence 20, 30, 97, 98
Anchoring 230, 239, 242
Anxiety 62, 64, 70–72
Applicability 128, 134, 139, 230, 240, 278, 283, 288
Approach motivation 323, 342, 353
Appropriateness 236, 239, 245, 246
Assimilation 75–87, 230–245, 278–281, 287
Associationism 20, 21, 38
Associative knowledge 164
Attachment 5
Attachment theory 115, 116–177
Attention 334, 340, 343, 351, 352
Attentional focus 366, 367
Attitude 232, 235, 238
Attitude-Behavior relation 36
Attitude functions 291, 292
Attraction 201
Attribute relevance 93, 99–100
Attribution 61, 66, 96, 97, 154, 172, 173, 174
Audience effects 296
Authoritarianism 22, 27, 28, 32
Automatic evaluation/attitude activation 110, 111, 117, 342, 344
Automatic inference 156
Automatic processing/automaticity 197–198, 301, 318, 333, 334, 340, 343, 354, 356
Auto-mobile 337
Auto-motive (model) 336, 345, 348, 349
Availability heuristic 248, 257, 251
Avoidance motivation 323, 342, 353
Awareness of bias 283, 285, 289

B
Balance theory 7
Behavior regulation 323
Behavioral inhibition system 378, 381
Belief in a just world 101
Beliefs
Copying fidelity of 172
Fecundity of 172
Belongingness, need for 167, 174
Biases 291, 298
Bicultural perceivers 157
Big 532
Bounded rationality 293
Bystander intervention 199–200

C
Categorization 164, 229–245, 247, 374
Causal inference 166, 172–173
Causal thinking 143
Central trait 127
Child's theory of mind 146
Choices 319
Chronic accessibility 133, 333, 339, 340
Chronic goals 340, 344, 347, 351

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