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  Typicality of Interpersonal Situations: The Role of Affect in Determining Contextual Variations in Typicality Norms
 
 
Titel: Typicality of Interpersonal Situations: The Role of Affect in Determining Contextual Variations in Typicality Norms
Auteur: Mallet, Pascal
Cordier, Fransoise
Verschenen in: International journal of psychology
Paginering: Jaargang 29 (1994) nr. 5 pagina's 621-641
Jaar: 1994
Inhoud: This study deals with the relationship between affect and cognition. This relationship is conceptualized in the terms of Bower's (Bower & Cohen, 1982) theory. Subjects (early adolescents aged 12 or 14, boy or girl) were asked to imagine themselves as the actor in an interpersonal situation. The situation was either intimate or non-intimate, and the hypothetical partner was either a boy or a girl. The subject's task was to produce a series of sentences expressing the behaviours considered representative of each situation. The results indicated (1) the existence of a typicality hierarchy (whose characteristics are examined here) and (2) variations in this hierarchy according to the affective tone of the situation (intimate or non-intimate). We explain how the cultural, interpersonal situation norms acquired by adolescents can account for these variations. Thus, contrary to what some authors contend, variations in typicality are not random.
Uitgever: Psychology Press
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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