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Advances in Psychological Science    2014, Vol. 22 Issue (12) : 1882-1888     DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2014.01882
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Emotion Regulates Correspondence between Implicit and Explicit Attitudes
ZHANG Yin; HE Wen; LUO Junlong
(College of Education, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai 200234, China)
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Abstract  

Different emotional experience shapes different mental environment in the expression of implicit attitude and explicit attitudes, and regulates correspondence between implicit and explicit attitudes. Positive emotion increases correspondence between implicit and explicit attitude, however the effects of specific negative emotion are inconsistent. The single dimension of emotion is insufficient to explain the different effects of specific emotion. The emotional certainty and interaction between emotion and trust in intuition, also play important roles in regulating correspondence between implicit and explicit attitudes. This paper systemizes the theoretical basis covering associative–propositional evaluation model (APE) and feelings–as–information model. Finally some issues which are worthwhile regarding in the domain are put forward. For example, we can explore specific emotion effects on correspondence between implicit and explicit attitudes, emotion effects on correspondence between implicit and explicit stereotype, and use cognitive neuroscience technologies to reveal the neural mechanism of correspondence between implicit and explicit attitudes.

Keywords emotion      implicit attitudes      explicit attitudes      correspondence     
Corresponding Authors: HE Wen, E-mail: hewen@shnu.edu.cn    
Issue Date: 15 December 2014
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ZHANG Yin,HE Wen,LUO Junlong. Emotion Regulates Correspondence between Implicit and Explicit Attitudes[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2014, 22(12): 1882-1888.
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