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Running head: THE EVALUATIVE LEXICON 1 . Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, in press . The Evaluative Lexicon: Adjective use as a means of assessing and distinguishing attitude. engage in both types of advocacy, and it may be that diﬀerent ante-cedents predict these diﬀerent forms. Although the present research is the ﬁrst to examine this basic.
concerned. Emotions are experienced on the behalf of the group” (p. 229) rather than the individual, and ‘‘arise as a result of events and interactions that reﬂect the relative well-being of the group that women are penalized speciﬁcally for status violations because defending the gender hierarchy is a key motive for backlash. Finally, we presentfourexperiments that provide support for the statusincon-
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1.1. Similarities between mere exposure and implicit partisanship procedures Although mere exposure is widely considered to involve passive (unrehearsed), repeated exposure to ….
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tions on evaluative judgments. Consistent with this claim, implicit and explicit measures were highly correlated when participants were asked to introspect on their feelings for the attitude objects. To judge a book by its weight you need to know its content: Knowledge moderates the use of embodiedcues Jesse Chandler,David Reinhard, Norbert Schwarz
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69(5), 797–811), are less able to abandon old strategies and employ newer, more efﬁcient ones when conditions change. In study utilizing a mock US Presidential election methodology found that competence was rated as important for male and female can-didates. But only for female candidates did appearance matter; and