Gender schematic parapraxes in the articulated thoughts of ex-smokers

David A. F. Haaga1
1The American University, United States
Cite this article:  Haaga, D. A. (1990). Gender schematic parapraxes in the articulated thoughts of ex-smokers. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 18, 261-266.

Volume 18 Issue 2 | e624 | Published: August 1990 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1990.18.2.261

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The Articulated Thoughts during Simulated Situations (ATSS) paradigm for cognitive assessment may be useful for identifying gender schematic information processing In a study of smoking relapse, several ex-smokers articulated thoughts indicating that they mistook the gender of audiotaped actors whose roles violated sex role stereotypes. The same speakers were never misidentified when portraying more traditional roles. Discussion focused on (a) the possible utility of this finding for research on Gender Schema Theory, and (by the value of open-ended cognitive assessment methods such as ATSS for enhancing the likelihood of serendipitous findings.
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