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Topic: Re:Question to John Grinder -
Posted by: Ryan Nagy
Date/Time: 02/06/2003 04:31:07

Well GSM,

Here are a few citations for you. I am going to pretend that they don't interest me lest I run out and get them immediately. In the interest of saving my time I am simply going to cut and paste from my friends email.

John: Take note! I think there are some good ones in here.

My anonymous friend wrote:

"Shriffin and Schneider's 1977 2 part paper entitled "Controlled (conscious) and
Automatic (unconscious) Human Information Processing" is sort of the seminal
breakthrough paper on it. As a warning, it's a bitch - a long, dry series of
experiments with lots of abstract cognitive theory. Donít read it in a comfy
chair, and have lots of coffee.
†  More interesting, and probably more relevant to what you want it for (more applied to life, and less cognitive lab based) is the work John Bargh has done for 15 years. Do an author lit search for "BARGH" and you'll find tons of stuff
that may interest you - probably a good place to start from.I just did and found these 4 fairly recent ones. He's published a ton, so you
can go further back...

1) Thinking of you: Nonconscious pursuit of interpersonal goals associated with
relationship partners. Fitzsimons, Grainne M.; Bargh, John A.; Journal of
Personality & Social Psychology, Vol 84(1), Jan 2003. pp. 148-163. [Journal
Article]

2) Losing consciousness: Automatic influences on consumer judgment, behavior,
and motivation. Bargh, John A.; Journal of Consumer Research, Vol 29(2), Sep
2002. pp. 280-285. [Journal Article]

3) Nonconscious motivations: Their activation, operation, and consequences.
Chartrand, Tanya L.; Bargh, John A.; In: Tesser, Abraham (Ed); Stapel, Diederik
A. (Ed); 2002. Self and motivation: Emerging psychological perspectives. pp. 13-
41. [Chapter]

4) Sensitivity and flexibility: Exploring the knowledge function of automatic
attitudes. Ferguson, Melissa J.; Bargh, John A.; In: Barrett, Lisa Feldman
(Ed); Salovey, Peter (Ed); 2002. The wisdom in feeling: Psychological processes
in emotional intelligence. New York, NY, US: Guilford Press. pp. 383-405.
[Chapter]"

BTW - I would like to invite anyone who is willing to tie this thread directly back to
Whispering. Any takers?


Ryan


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Question to John Grinder - 27/05/2003 19:07:59Golf Swing Modeler
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 27/05/2003 19:57:35John Grinder
          Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 28/05/2003 10:04:10Golf Swing Modeler
               Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 28/05/2003 16:01:54John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 28/05/2003 17:03:24Golf Swing Modeler
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 29/05/2003 16:37:50Ryan Nagy
          Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 09:33:21Golf Swing Modeler
               Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 11:47:32Lee
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 11:55:02Golf Swing Modeler
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 12:22:19Lewis Walker
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 13:09:24Golf Swing Modeler
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 16:32:10Lewis Walker
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 17:00:35Golf Swing Modeler
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 17:02:57John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 04/06/2003 09:25:36Robert
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 04/06/2003 23:01:47Golf Swing Modeler
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 11:20:06Lee
          Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 12:12:28Golf Swing Modeler
               Re:Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 12:16:40Lewis Walker
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 13:53:44John Schertzer
          Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 15:38:54Golf Swing Modeler
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 30/05/2003 13:54:21John Schertzer
     Re:Question to John Grinder - 02/06/2003 04:31:07Ryan Nagy
          Re:Re:Question to John Grinder - 02/06/2003 09:37:53Golf Swing Modeler

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