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  1. Retrieval Cues Fail to Influence Contextualized Evaluations.Ryan J. Hutchings, Jimmy Calanchini, Lisa M. Huang, Heather R. Rees, Andrew M. Rivers, Jenny Roth & Jeffrey W. Sherman - forthcoming - Cognition and Emotion:1-19.
    ABSTRACTInitial evaluations generalise to new contexts, whereas counter-attitudinal evaluations are context-specific. Counter-attitudinal information may not change evaluations in new contexts beca...
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  • Two Flaws Concerning Belief Accounts of Implicit Biases.Baston Rene - 2018 - Philosophical Psychology 31 (3):352-367.
    The current scientific discourse offers two opposing viewpoints about the roots of implicit biases: are they belief states or subdoxastic attitudes? The goal of this paper is to show that belief accounts of implicit biases are too demanding and lack a satisfying reasoning theory. Firstly, I will outline the concept of attitude and its relation to implicit biases. Next, I will briefly outline Mendelbaum’s view, who gives a paradigmatic example of a belief account of implicit biases. Afterward, I will concern (...)
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