Reporting intentional rating of the primes predicts priming effects in the affective misattribution procedure.

@article{BarAnan2012ReportingIR,
  title={Reporting intentional rating of the primes predicts priming effects in the affective misattribution procedure.},
  author={Yoav Bar-Anan and Brian A. Nosek},
  journal={Personality & social psychology bulletin},
  year={2012},
  volume={38 9},
  pages={1194-208}
}
In the affective misattribution procedure (AMP), pairs of prime and target stimuli appear rapidly in succession. Attitudes toward the prime influence the evaluation of the target despite instructions to avoid this influence. Because this priming effect presumably happens without people's knowledge, the AMP is used to study automatic evaluation. Participants in four studies performed the AMP and reported their perception of the priming effect. The authors found that the priming reflected… CONTINUE READING
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