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Group 73

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Priming:

Priming Group 73: Andrew Vizzerra , Dakota Drummond , Gregory Coles, Shane Padilla

Introduction:

Introduction Implicit memory effect in which exposure to a stimulus influences responses to a later stimulus Psychological mechanism that can train a person’s memory in both positive and negative ways Can affect behavior and cognition using stimulus exposure of all kinds

Verbal Priming:

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VERBAL PRIMING:

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VERBAL PRIMING:

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VERBAL PRIMING:

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BEHAVIORAL PRIMING:

BEHAVIORAL PRIMING Exposure to images or phrases a ssociated to a certain stereotype can unconsciously illicit the given b ehavior

MORAL PRIMING:

MORAL PRIMING Studies show that people tend to give more money to an “honesty box” when they appear to be watched by a picture of eyes as opposed to a picture of flowers

NEGATIVE PRIMING:

NEGATIVE PRIMING Think of the color of the word, not what the word says. List B negatively primes the mind. The word listed matches the color of the next word. This primes the mind to not say the next word in the list and slows reaction time. Ex: Blue (Say green, don’t say blue) Red (Say blue, don’t say red) Yellow (Say red, don’t say yellow)

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