Implicit and explicit self-esteem
Implicitné a explicitné sebahodnotenie
Human thought is characterized by two qualitatively different modes of information processing: One is rational, deliberative and conscious, whereas the other is automatic, affective and nonconscious. These two modes of information processing correspond to two broad "theories" about the world – one cognitive and the other experiential. When people possess sufficient capacity and motivation, their explicit self-evaluations may predominantly reflect their more deliberate evaluations of themselves. When motivation or capacity are lacking, people´s self – evaluations may predominantly reflect their automatic, implicit self-evaluations. This contribution refers about the theoretical and metodological questions of implicit and explicit self-esteem.
Bibliografické informácie (sk)
GAJDOŠOVÁ, Beata. Implicitné a explicitné sebahodnotenie. Človek a spoločnosť, 2002, roč. 5, č. 2.
GAJDOŠOVÁ, Beata. Implicit and explicit self-esteem. Individual and Society, 2002, Vol. 5, No. 2.