Associated Systems Theory: A Systematic Approach to Cognitive Representations of Persons

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multiple system approach is abandoned and the model merely relates how information is processed with respect to where the information lies on the two or three feature dimensions that characterize the organization of the processing systems in the AST model. Finally, the AST model is presented as a theory that characterizes how developing an impression of another person is accomplished with regard to the form of the representation, rather than the information content. I have argued that the model does not specify any variations in representational form. Instead, all the differences in information processing during impression formation are due to the nature of the content of the information being processed.


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