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What Drives Priming Effects in the Affect Misattribution Procedure?
The current research tested three potential sources of priming effects in the affect misattribution procedure: affective feelings, semantic concepts, and prepotent motor responses to support accounts that attribute primingeffects in the AMP to a general misattributed mechanism that can operate on either affective feeling or semantic concepts.
When possessions become part of the self: Ownership and implicit self-object linking
Physical proximity in anticipation of meeting someone with schizophrenia: The role of explicit evaluations, implicit evaluations and cortisol levels
Prevention of Intention Invention in the Affect Misattribution Procedure
The affect misattribution procedure (AMP) is one of the most promising indirect measures, showing high reliability and large effect sizes. However, the AMP has been recently criticized for being…
Changing Deep-Rooted Implicit Evaluation in the Blink of an Eye: Negative Verbal Information Shifts Automatic Liking of Gandhi
It is often assumed that, once established, spontaneous or implicit evaluations are resistant to immediate change. Recent research contradicts this theoretical stance, showing that a person’s…
Contextualized attitude change
Predicting Behavioural Intentions to Those With Mental Illness: the Role of Attitude Specificity and Norms
- R. Norman, R. Sorrentino, D. Windell, Yang Ye, Andrew C. H. Szeto, R. Manchanda
- Psychology, MedicineThe International journal of social psychiatry
- 1 May 2010
The prediction of behavioural intentions towards those with mental illness may be improved by increasing the specificity of the attitude measures to the behavioural intentions being predicted and including measures of perceived norms.
Attitudes and physical distance to an individual with schizophrenia: the moderating effect of self-transcendent values
- R. Norman, R. Sorrentino, Bertram Gawronski, Andrew C. H. Szeto, Yang Ye, D. Windell
- Psychology, MedicineSocial Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
- 1 July 2010
The impact of attitudes toward an individual with schizophrenia and subtle aspects of behavior such as physical proximity appear to be moderated by self-transcendent personal values.
Validating the semantic misattribution procedure as an implicit measure of gender stereotyping
The current research tested the validity of the semantic misattribution procedure (SMP)—a variant of the affect misattribution procedure—as an implicit measure of gender stereotyping. In three…
The differential effects of a focus on symptoms versus recovery in reducing stigma of schizophrenia
- R. Norman, Yixian Li, R. Sorrentino, E. Hampson, Yang Ye
- PsychologySocial Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
- 18 August 2017
Video contact emphasizing potential for recovery from schizophrenia was more effective in reducing stigmatizing responses than contact highlighting acute symptoms, and increased sympathy does not necessarily translate into reductions in stigma.