Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales)

Bohner G, Boege R, Glaser T, Klempel L, Linne R (2021)
International Journal of Social Psychology.

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Bohner, GerdUniBi ; Boege, RonjaUniBi; Glaser, Tina; Klempel, Lea; Linne, Roman
Abstract / Bemerkung
Thought handling may affect the subsequent use of thoughts in evaluative judgements. Thus, a person's attitudes are more influenced by thoughts about the attitude object when the person has saved (versus deleted) a representation of these thoughts. We examined if thought handling would affect not only focal attitude change but also lateral attitude change. Students (N = 200) listed positive thoughts about a focal object and later either saved or deleted a representation of their thoughts. Then their explicit and implicit attitudes towards the focal object, a lateral (= related) object and an unrelated object were assessed. Results showed that explicit focal attitudes were affected more by thoughts in the save conditions than in the delete conditions. These effects generalized to explicit lateral attitudes but not to explicit unrelated attitudes. Thought (handling) effects on implicit attitudes were generally weak. We discuss the results in terms of a self-validation approach and the lateral attitude change model.
Stichworte
attitudes; lateral attitude change; metacognition; thought validation
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Social Psychology
ISSN
0213-4748
eISSN
1579-3680
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2953823

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Bohner G, Boege R, Glaser T, Klempel L, Linne R. Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales). International Journal of Social Psychology. 2021.
Bohner, G., Boege, R., Glaser, T., Klempel, L., & Linne, R. (2021). Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales). International Journal of Social Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1080/02134748.2021.1882228
Bohner, G., Boege, R., Glaser, T., Klempel, L., and Linne, R. (2021). Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales). International Journal of Social Psychology.
Bohner, G., et al., 2021. Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales). International Journal of Social Psychology.
G. Bohner, et al., “Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales)”, International Journal of Social Psychology, 2021.
Bohner, G., Boege, R., Glaser, T., Klempel, L., Linne, R.: Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales). International Journal of Social Psychology. (2021).
Bohner, Gerd, Boege, Ronja, Glaser, Tina, Klempel, Lea, and Linne, Roman. “Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterales)”. International Journal of Social Psychology (2021).

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