Automatic (spontaneous) propositional and associative learning of first impressions

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (2):227-228 (2009)
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Abstract

Contrary to the target article's claims, social cognition research shows considerable learning (about other people) that is relatively automatic. Some of this learning is propositional (spontaneous trait inferences) and some is associative (spontaneous trait transference). Other dichotomies are also important. However conceived, human conditioning is not synonymous with human learning

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