1. Responding to the social world: explicit and implicit processes in social judgments Joseph P. Forgas; 2. Biases in social judgment: design flaws or design features? Martie G. Haselton and David M. Buss; 3. Reflexive and reflective judgment processes: a social cognitive neuroscience approach Matthew Lieberman; 4. Decomposing the person perception process: cerebral hemispheric asymmetries in social perception Michael A. Zarate and Colby J. Stoever; 5. The psychodynamics of social judgments: an attachment theory perspective Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer; 6. Towards a social psychology of person judgments: implications for person perception accuracy and self-knowledge David C. Funder; 7. A parametric unimodel: of human judgment: integrating dual-process frameworks in cognition from a single-mode perspective Arie W. Kruglanski, Wo Young Chun, Hans Peter Erb, Antonio Peirro, Lucia Mannetti and Scott Spiegel; 8. Social judgments based on pseudo-contingencies: a forgotten phenomenon Klaus Fiedler and Peter Freytag; 9. The size of context effects in social judgment Herbert Bless, Norbert Schwarz and Michaela Wanke; 10. Affective influences on social judgments and decisions: implicit and explicit processes Joseph P. Forgas and Rebekah East; 11. Hot cognition and social judgments: when and why do descriptions influence our feelings? Diederik A. Stapel; 12. Attitudinal process vs. content: the role of information processing biases in social judgment and behavior William von Hippel, Patrick Vargas and Denise Sekaquaptewa; 13. The importance of the question in the judgment of abilities and opinions via social comparison Jerry Suls, Rene Martin and Ladd Wheeler; 14. Consequences of automatic goal pursuit and the case of nonconscious mimicry Tanya L. Chartrand and Valerie E. Jefferis; 15. Implicit and explicit processes in social judgments: the role of goal-based explanations John McClure, Robbie M. Sutton and Denis J. Hilton; 16. Impact of ostracism on social judgments and decisions: explicit and implicit processes Kipling D. Williams, Trevor I. Case and Cassandra Govan; 17. To control or not to control stereotypes: separating the implicit and explicit process of perspective-taking and suppression Adam D. Galinsky, Paul V. Martorana and Gillian Ku; 18. Responding to the social world: attributions and stereotype-based judgments Lucy Johnston and Lynden Miles; 19. Implicit and explicit process in social judgment: deep and high Marilynn B. Brewer.
This book presents key research by leading international researchers on the psychology of social judgments.