Dual-Process Theories of the Social Mind

Edited by Jeffrey W. Sherman, Bertram Gawronski, and Yaacov Trope

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I. The Basics

1. Two of What?: A Conceptual Analysis of Dual-Process Theories, Bertram Gawronski, Jeffrey W. Sherman, and Yaacov Trope

2. Examining the Mapping Problem in Dual-Process Models, Agnes Moors

3. Conscious and Unconscious: Toward an Integrative Understanding of Human Mental Life and Action, Roy F. Baumeister and John A. Bargh

4. What Is Control?: A Conceptual Analysis, Kentaro Fujita, Yaacov Trope, William A. Cunningham, and Nira Liberman

II. Dual-Systems Models

5. Two Systems of Reasoning: An Update, Steven Sloman

6. Rationality, Intelligence, and the Defining Features of Type 1 and Type 2 Processing, Keith A. Stanovich, Richard F. West, and Maggie E. Toplak

7. The Reflective-Impulsive Model, Fritz Strack and Roland Deutsch

III. Measurement and Formal Modeling

8. Dual-Process Theory from a Process Dissociation Perspective, B. Keith Payne and C. Daryl Cameron

9. Process Models Require Process Measures, Jeffrey W. Sherman, Regina Krieglmeyer, and Jimmy Calanchini

10. Random-Walk and Diffusion Models, Karl Christoph Klauer

IV. Attitudes and Evaluation

11. The MODE Model: Attitude-Behavior Processes as a Function of Motivation and Opportunity, Russell H. Fazio and Michael A. Olson

12. The Elaboration Likelihood and Metacognitive Models of Attitudes: Implications for Prejudice, the Self, and Beyond, Richard E. Petty and Pablo Briñol

13. The Associative-Propositional Evaluation Model: Operating Principles and Operating Conditions of Evaluation, Bertram Gawronski and Galen V. Bodenhausen

14. The Systems of Evaluation Model: A Dual-Systems Approach to Attitudes, Allen R. McConnell and Robert J. Rydell

V. Social Perception

15. Controlled Processing and Automatic Processing in the Formation of Spontaneous Trait Inferences, Randy J. McCarthy and John T. Skowronski

16. The Dynamic Interactive Model of Person Construal: Coordinating Sensory and Social Processes, Jonathan B. Freeman and Nalini Ambady

17. Person Perception: Integrating Category-Level and Individual-Level Information in Face Construal, Kimberly A. Quinn and C. Neil Macrae

18. Dual-Process Models of Trait Judgments of Self and Other: An Overview and Critique, Stanley B. Klein

19. Automaticity, Control, and the Social Brain, Robert P. Spunt and Matthew D. Lieberman

VI. Thinking and Reasoning

20. The Human Unconscious: A Functional Perspective, Ran R. Hassin and Asael Y. Sklar

21. Metacognitive Processes and Subjective Experiences, Rainer Greifeneder and Norbert Schwarz

22. Same or Different?: How Similarity versus Dissimilarity Focus Shapes Social Information Processing, Thomas Mussweiler

23. Visual versus Verbal Thinking and Dual-Process Moral Cognition, Elinor Amit, Sara Gottlieb, and Joshua D. Greene

24. Prolonged Thought: Proposing Type 3 Processing, Ap Dijksterhuis, Madelijn Strick, Maarten W. Bos, and Loran F. Nordgren

VII. Habits, Goals, and Motivation

25. Habits in Dual-Process Models, Wendy Wood, Jennifer S. Labrecque, Pei-Ying Lin, and Dennis Rünger

26. Conscious and Unconscious Goal Pursuit: Similar Functions, Different Processes?, Ruud Custers and Henk Aarts

27. The Implicit Volition Model: The Unconscious Nature of Goal Pursuit, Gordon B. Moskowitz

28. Promotion and Prevention: How "0" Can Create Dual Motivational Forces, E. Tory Higgins

VIII. Self-Regulation and Control

29. Beyond Control versus Automaticity: Psychological Processes Driving Postsuppressional Rebound, Jens Förster and Nira Liberman

30. The Explicit and Implicit Ways of Overcoming Temptation, Ayelet Fishbach and Luxi Shen

31. Breaking the Prejudice Habit: Automaticity and Control in the Context of a Long-Term Goal, Patrick S. Forscher and Patricia G. Devine

32. Emotion Generation and Emotion Regulation: Moving beyond Traditional Dual-Process Accounts, Gal Sheppes and James J. Gross

IX. Criticism and Alternatives

33. The Limits of Automaticity, Klaus Fiedler and Mandy Hütter

34. The Unimodel Unfolding, Arie W. Kruglanski, Kristen M. Klein, Antonio Pierro, and Lucia Mannetti

35. Why a Propositional Single-Process Model of Associative Learning Deserves to Be Defended, Jan De Houwer

36. How Many Processes to Ground a Concept?, Gün R. Semin, Margarida V. Garrido, and Ana Rita Farias

37. Dual Experiences, Multiple Processes: Looking Beyond Dualities for Mechanisms of the Mind, David M. Amodio

38. Rethinking Duality: Criticisms and Ways Forward, Melissa J. Ferguson, Thomas C. Mann, and Michael T. Wojnowicz