Séminaire du laboratoire de psychologie sociale de Paris Descartes (LPS), 'Contextualized Attitude Change’: Contextualized Attitude Change, présenté par Bertram Gawronski (University of Texas at Austin) :
Jeudi 20 juillet 2017 (10h), Salle 3035, Centre Henri Piéron
The current talk will review the findings of an ongoing research program suggesting that changes in attitudes can be limited to the context in which counterattitudinal information was learned. The reviewed findings indicate that, although counterattitudinal information may effectively influence evaluations in the context in which this information was learned, previously formed attitudes may continue to influence evaluations in any other context. According to the representational theory of contextualized attitude change, such patterns of contextual renewal occur because exposure to expectancy-violating information enhances attention to context, which leads to an integration of the context into the representation of expectancy-violating counterattitudinal information. The talk will review research that (a) tested novel predictions derived from the representational theory of contextualized attitude change, (b) explored the nature of contextualized representations, and (c) investigated the boundary conditions of contextualized attitude change.
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