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The attitude model proposed by Strack and Deutsch in 2004 is called a...Consists of a reflective and an impulsive system
Evaluations elicited immediately, efficiently, and without concious intent.Measured via Go/No-Go, Affective priming, EAST, AMP and IAT
Phelps et al. found a neural correlate between IAT scores and this brain structureAlso Cunningham et al., 2004. However, correlations are strangely high.
Explicit attitudes are associated with this part of the cingulate cortex.Also DLPFC and VLPFC
This model was supported in Richetin et al. (2007) study on implicit and explicit attitudes influence on fruit/snack choice.
This model was not supported in Richetin et al. (2007) study on implicit and explicit attitudes influence on fruit/snack choice.
This model was not tested in Richetin et al. (2007) study on implicit and explicit attitudes influence on fruit/snack choice.
This type of explicit attitude might explain the same amount of variance as implicit attitudes.
Implicit attitudes are more important for the eating behaviours of this type of person.
Prestwich et al. (under review) significantly changed implicit but not explicit attitudes using a...d = .59
Hollands et al. (2011) significantly enhanced healthy food implicit attitudes using...
Authors of 'Using aversive images to enhance healthy food choices and implicit attitudes: An experimental test of evaluative conditioning' (2011)3 authors, second one is lecturer
Repeatedly pairing an attitude object with positivly or negativly valenced stimuli.Can alter attitudes and behavioural intentions
EC-procedures typically influence this type of attitude.
EC is thought to change attitudes through influence on this part of Strack and Deutch model.
Hypothesis 1 postulated that participants subjected to EC concerning snacks and aversive images would show a ... preference for snacks.Hypothesis 2a postulates that their implicit attitudes would be likewise affected.
Hypothesis 3 postulates that implicit attitudes will ... the relationship between behaviour choice and intervention.
Hypothesis 2b predicted that the effect would be ... for those with a greater preference for snacks at baseline.
Hypothesis 4 predicted that both implicit attitudes and ... would predict food choice.
The participants could choose one item from a bowl of fruit and snacks. This was the...
The secondary outcome measure were participants' scores on the... and explicit attitude measures.
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Hypothesis 1 was ... by the results.
Hypothesis 2a was ... by the results.
Hypothesis 2b was ... by the results.
Hypothesis 3 was ... by the results.
Hypothesis 4 was ... by the results
Authors of 'Emotional eating moderates the relationship between implicit measures of attitude and chocolate consumption' (2010)4 authors, second and third are lecturers.
A variable that influences the relationship between two other variables is a...
A person who consumes more when anxious or amotionally aroused is an...Associated with disinhibition and a shift of focus toward external rather than internal stimuli (dissociative strategy)
In Study 1, chocolate consumption was measured by a...
Emotional eating was assessed with the...DEBQ
The relationship between this type of attitude and chocolate consumtion was moderated by emotional eating.
In study 2, attitudes toward the objects of chocolate and ... were measured.Study 1 measured attitudes toward EATING chocolate.
Type of eating associated with a failure to self-regulate, which correlates with emotional eating. May be an alternative explanation for results
Authors of 'Implicit shopping: Attitudinal determinants of the purchasing of healthy and unhealthy foods' (2011)Three authors, first one lecturer.
The study is based on Strack and Deutsch 2004 attitude model, called the...
Implicit attitudes were measured with the...
Study 1 offered fruit and chocolate discounted by # p.
Of the 19 participants who made a purchase, # bought chocolate.Purchases were significantly correlated with implicit attitudes.
In study 2, all items cost # p each.Ensuring no difference, in study 1 chocolate was relatively more expensive.
Of the 21 participants who made a purchase # bought chocolatePurchases were significantly correlated with implicit attitudes.

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