Affective Influence on Judgments and Decisions: Moving towards Core Mechanisms

@article{Winkielman2007AffectiveIO,
  title={Affective Influence on Judgments and Decisions: Moving towards Core Mechanisms},
  author={P. Winkielman and Brian Knutson and M. Paulus and J. L. Trujillo},
  journal={Review of General Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={179 - 192}
}
  • P. Winkielman, Brian Knutson, +1 author J. L. Trujillo
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Review of General Psychology
  • This article reviews psychological accounts of affective influence on judgments and decisions and argues that these accounts can be enriched by insights from biopsychology. The authors show how biopsychological research helps (1) reveal the sources of values and feelings; (2) predict when affect will influence attentional, perceptual, memorial, and decision processes; and (3) identify precise mechanisms underlying the interaction between affective and cognitive systems. The authors also propose… CONTINUE READING

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