Structured versus Unstructured Regulation : on Procedural Mindsets and the Mechanisms of Priming Effects

@inproceedings{Fujita2014StructuredVU,
  title={Structured versus Unstructured Regulation : on Procedural Mindsets and the Mechanisms of Priming Effects},
  author={Kentaro Fujita},
  year={2014}
}
68 © 2014 Guilford Publications, Inc. This work was funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation (Award #BCS1053128). We are grateful to members of our respective lab groups for feedback on an earlier version of this paper, as well as for comments from Dan Molden and an anonymous reviewer. Address correspondence to Kentaro Fujita, The Ohio State University, 1827 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210; E-mail: fujita.5@osu.edu. FUJITA AND TROPE Structured vERSUS unstructured… CONTINUE READING

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