The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing

Bohner G, Chaiken S, Hunyadi P (1994)
European Journal of Social Psychology 24(1): 207-221.

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Bohner, GerdUniBi ; Chaiken, Shelly; Hunyadi, Piroska
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The mechanisms by which mood states influence attitude judgments in persuasion settings are delineated in terms of current dual-process theorizing. With an emphasis on mechanisms that may operate when the evaluative implications of message content are ambiguous. In a preliminary test of hypotheses concerning such circumstances, college-aged subjects were put into a happy or sad mood and then read a message containing unambiguous strong, unambiguous weak, or ambiguous arguments, which was attributed to a highly credible source (heuristic cue) When message content was ambiguous, sad (as compared to happy) subjects' attitudes were more influenced by heuristic processing, and their message-related thoughts were biased by the heuristic cue. These and other results are discussed within a dual-processing framework, and compared to other social cognition theorizing on the impact of affect on social judgment.
Erscheinungsjahr
1994
Zeitschriftentitel
European Journal of Social Psychology
Band
24
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
207-221
ISSN
0046-2772
eISSN
1099-0992
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1779122

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Bohner G, Chaiken S, Hunyadi P. The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology. 1994;24(1):207-221.
Bohner, G., Chaiken, S., & Hunyadi, P. (1994). The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology, 24(1), 207-221. doi:10.1002/ejsp.2420240115
Bohner, G., Chaiken, S., and Hunyadi, P. (1994). The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology 24, 207-221.
Bohner, G., Chaiken, S., & Hunyadi, P., 1994. The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology, 24(1), p 207-221.
G. Bohner, S. Chaiken, and P. Hunyadi, “The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing”, European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 24, 1994, pp. 207-221.
Bohner, G., Chaiken, S., Hunyadi, P.: The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology. 24, 207-221 (1994).
Bohner, Gerd, Chaiken, Shelly, and Hunyadi, Piroska. “The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing”. European Journal of Social Psychology 24.1 (1994): 207-221.
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