How implicit beliefs influence trust recovery.

@article{Haselhuhn2010HowIB,
  title={How implicit beliefs influence trust recovery.},
  author={Michael P. Haselhuhn and Maurice E. Schweitzer and Alison M Wood},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={645-8}
}
After a trust violation, some people are quick to forgive, whereas others never trust again. In this report, we identify a key characteristic that moderates trust recovery: implicit beliefs of moral character. Individuals who believe that moral character can change over time (incremental beliefs) are more likely to trust their counterpart following an apology and trustworthy behavior than are individuals who believe that moral character cannot change (entity beliefs). We demonstrate that a… CONTINUE READING

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