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

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Subject Index

A
Action identification theory, 90-91
Action system
definition of, 102-103
vs. affective system, 94, 179
vs. self-system, 93-95, 184, 187
Activation
cross-level, 89-91
range of, 91-92
Affect
as reaction to ambivalence, 153-155
role in impression formation, 103-104
Appearance
mental representation of, 6
role in impression formation, 34
Associated systems
content of, 5-6
functions of, 101-104
interrelations among, 7, 79-82, 95, 172-173, 176
memory vs. perceptual, 79-81
multiple,
coherence of, 151-152
need for, 135, 198-199
theories of, 131-134
neural network model of, 21
neurophysiololeical basis for, 9-13, 95, 118, 134, 192-193
brain structure, 10-11, 135, 202-203
clinical syndromes, 11-12
organization of, 4-5, 7, 64-65, 170
overlap between, 80-81, 95-96, 172-173, 178-179
problems in conceptualization of, 133-136, 199-200
taxonomy of, 65-66
types of,
primary, 4-5
secondary, 7-8, 134
use of,
individual differences in, 59-62
influences on, 57-62
in mental representation of persons, 23-25
Associated Systems Theory (AST)
Fappraisal of, as metatheory, 117-120
ecological factors in, 121-125
generality of, 28-30, 87-88
need for, 116-117
objectives of, 1-2
observational learning and, 93
premises of, 101, 184-187
processing assumptions underlying, 106-110
relation to other theories, 110-112, 133
role of attitudes in, 159-166
suggestions for elaboration of, 121-125
Associative network models, 22-24
of impression formation, 23-24

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