The unseen mind Academic Article uri icon


  • Abstract 1. Comments on an article by Silvia Galdi, Luciano Arcuri, and Bertram Gawronski (see record 2008-12651-002). Can people think they are undecided about a political issue after they have already made up their minds? The study by Galdi et al., suggests that they can, which raises intriguing questions about how well people know their own minds. The short answer, based on research in social psychology, is not very well. One way we know this is from computer based measures that assess implicit attitudes and traits, such as the …

publication date

  • January 1, 2008