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An inkblot for attitudes: affect misattribution as implicit measurement.
Misattributions people make about their own affective reactions can be used to measure attitudes implicitly. Combining the logic of projective tests with advances in priming research, the affectExpand
The Chameleon Effect as Social Glue: Evidence for the Evolutionary Significance of Nonconscious Mimicry
The “chameleon effect” refers to the tendency to adopt the postures, gestures, and mannerisms of interaction partners (Chartrand & Bargh, 1999). This type of mimicry occurs outside of consciousExpand
Self-monitoring without awareness: using mimicry as a nonconscious affiliation strategy.
  • C. Cheng, T. Chartrand
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 December 2003
This research sought to extend the current conceptualization of self-monitoring by examining whether self-monitoring motives and behaviors can operate outside of conscious awareness. Two studiesExpand
Our repertoire of social behavior may include the ability to grasp and take on the goals of others automatically-that is, without conscious intent. Two experiments tested and confirmed the hypothesisExpand
Spiritual Coping in American Buddhists: An Exploratory Study
Researchers in the United States have examined spiritual coping in Christians, Jews, Hindus, and Muslims, but rarely Buddhists. Using qualitative methodology, the present study represents an initialExpand
An Inkblot for the Implicit Assessment of Personality: The Semantic Misattribution Procedure
Misattributions people make about their own reaction to ambiguous stimuli can be used to measure personality self–concepts implicitly. On the basis of a semantic misattribution priming paradigmExpand
Pulling yourself together: Meditation promotes congruence between implicit and explicit self-esteem
Self-reported or explicit self-esteem frequently conflicts with indirectly assessed, implicit self-esteem. The present research investigated whether meditation may reduce such inner conflicts byExpand
Validation of a Buddhist Coping Measure Among Primarily Non-Asian Buddhists in the United States
Researchers have developed scales to measure religious coping among Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Hindus. However, there is no quantitative measure of religious coping for Buddhists. The presentExpand
NONCONSCiOuS GOal PurSuiT: iSOlaTEd iNCidENTS Or adaPTivE SElf-rEGulaTOry TOOl?
Models of nonconscious goal pursuit propose that goals can be activated and pursued without conscious awareness and intent. Until recently, these models have been relatively silent about whether orExpand
Effect of Self-awareness on Negative Affect Among Individuals with Discrepant Low Self-esteem
Past research suggests that individuals with discrepant low self-esteem (low explicit and high implicit self-esteem) may hold themselves against higher standards and judge themselves more criticallyExpand