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Unformatted text preview: 1. Less primacy effects a. Kruglanski & Freund, 1983 b. Freund, Kruglanski, & Shpitzajzen, 1985 c. Tetlock, 1983 2. Less stereotyping a. Kruglanski & Freund, 1983 b. Freund, Kruglanski, & Shpitzajzen, 1985 b. Motivation to arrive at a particular, desired conclusion (leads to beliefs/strategies that are most likely to yield the desired conclusion) i. Participants still want to maintain an illusion of objectivity (p. 483), so they will try to gain enough support to be able to justify their conclusions 1. Only pay attention to those things that support their conclusions 2. Motivations make certain information more salient a. Kunda, 1990 3. Motivations make counter-attitudinal evidence seem less valid and reliable a. Lord, Ross, & Lepper, 1979 b. Ditto, Munro, Apanovitch, Scepansky, & Lockhart, 2003...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSC 290 taught by Professor Sherman during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '07