Dual process theories in social psychology chaiken shelly trope yaacov isbn 9781572304215 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Dual process theories are a group of theories in social personality and cognitive psychology that describe how people think about information when they make judgments or solve problems these theories are called dual process because they distinguish two basic ways of thinking about information a relatively fast superficial spontaneous mode based on intuitive associations and a more in depth effortful step by step mode based on systematic reasoning dual process theories have been . This informative volume presents the first comprehensive review of research and theory on dual process models of social information processing these models distinguish between qualitatively. One takeaway from the psychological research on dual process theory is that our system 1 intuition is more accurate in areas where weve gathered a lot of data with reliable and fast feedback like social dynamics you know if you insult someone theyll probably react by getting sad or defensive thats because our intuition has been trained by repeatedly witnessing occurrences and receiving fast feedback on the consequences whereas our system 2 tends to be better for decisions
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