Evaluation is a dynamic process: Moving beyond dual system models.

@article{Bavel2012EvaluationIA,
  title={Evaluation is a dynamic process: Moving beyond dual system models.},
  author={Jay J. Van Bavel and Yi Jenny Xiao and William A. Cunningham},
  journal={Social and Personality Psychology Compass},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={438-454}
}
Over the past few decades, dual attitude ⁄process ⁄system models have emerged as the dominant framework for understanding a wide range of psychological phenomena. Most of these models characterize the unconscious and conscious mind as being built from discrete processes or systems: one that is reflexive, automatic, fast, affective, associative, and primitive, and a second that is deliberative, controlled, slow, cognitive, propositional, and more uniquely human. Although these models serve as a… Expand

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