The generalization of deliberative and automatic behavior: The role of procedural knowledge and affective reactions

Publication year: 2012 Source: Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Available online 16 February 2012 Hao Shen, Robert S. Wyer, Fengyan Cai Individuals’ goal-directed activity in one situation can affect their behavior in a later, ostensibly unrelated situation. This effect can depend on whether the latter behavior is also goal-directed or is performed automatically. Three studies showed that participants’ rate of speaking in the course of performing a speech shadowing task has a positive influence on the speed with which they later complete an ostensibly unrelated marketing survey

Publication year: 2012 Source: Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Available online 16 February 2012 Hao Shen, Robert S. Wyer, Fengyan Cai Individuals’ goal-directed activity in one situation can affect their behavior in a later, ostensibly unrelated situation. This effect can depend on whether the latter behavior is also goal-directed or is performed automatically. Three studies showed that participants’ rate of speaking in the course of performing a speech shadowing task has a positive influence on the speed with which they later complete an ostensibly unrelated marketing survey

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The generalization of deliberative and automatic behavior: The role of procedural knowledge and affective reactions