Discerning Durability

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"Previous research has provided conflicting evidence about whether or not implicit evaluations can be changed durably. Even if an intervention may appear to be effective immediately after occurring, these effects may no longer be evident even hours later (Lai et al., 2016). However, recent work in our lab has shown that exposure to a single piece of highly diagnostic information can cause implicit updating that is both immediate and durable (Cone, Flaharty, Abstract Ferguson, 2021). Thus, the main goal of this thesis is to understand the predictors of durable vs. non-durable implicit revision and isolate factors that cause one pattern of revision over the other. In 3 studies, we demonstrate both types of implicit revision within a single paradigm using the same familiar target. Further, Study 3 indicates that the hypotheticality of evidence presented has implications for the durability of implicit change. Implications for theories of implicit cognition are discussed."

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