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Lecture 4 – Basics of Social Cognition 2 January 18, 2019 - You can unconsciously pay attention to something - Researchers believe we process things simultaneously in short and long-term memory #3 - Information theory doesn’t pay attention to meaning #6 - We store information separate from the source #9 - Motivated Confirmation Bias – going out to find evidence #10 - We grab information that comes to mind
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