Illusory correlation: interplay of evaluative group impression and item-specific episodic memory
Illusory Correlation (IC) is the perception that two events are associated with each other, when in reality they are not. The current study tested predictions of the Multiple Component Model (MCM) regarding the role different types of information (i.e., evaluative and item-specific information) play in producing the IC effect. The current study extended previous experiments on IC, particularly that by Van Rooy, Vanhoomissen and Van Overwalle (2013), in using two independent trait dimensions...[Show more]
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