Time Pressure and Information Integration in Social Judgment
Contributions to this volume report accumulated knowledge and theory with respect to the effects of time pressure on judgment. This chapter deals particularly with social judgments, that is, our judgments and evaluations of other people. We also introduce an individual difference variable in the study of time pressure, and embed the effects of pressure in a general framework of social judgment formation.
KeywordsTime Pressure Target Person Target Information Social Judgment Initial Impression
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