Cueing implicit commitment. Bonalumi, F., Isella, M., & Michael, J. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 10:669–688, Springer, 2019.
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Despite the importance of commitment for distinctively human forms of sociality, it remains unclear how people prioritize and evaluate their own and others? commitments - especially implicit commitments. Across two sets of online studies, we found evidence in support of the hypothesis that people?s judgments and attitudes about implicit commitments are governed by an implicit sense of commitment, which is modulated by cues to others? expectations, and by cues to the costs others have invested on the basis of those expectations.
@article{bonalumi2019cueing,
	title={Cueing implicit commitment},
	author={Bonalumi, Francesca and Isella, Margherita and Michael, John},
	journal={Review of Philosophy and Psychology},
	volume={10},
	pages={669--688},
	year={2019},
	publisher={Springer},
	keywords={communication, social preferences},
	abstract={Despite the importance of commitment for distinctively human forms of sociality, it remains unclear how people prioritize and evaluate their own and others? commitments - especially implicit commitments. Across two sets of online studies, we found evidence in support of the hypothesis that people?s judgments and attitudes about implicit commitments are governed by an implicit sense of commitment, which is modulated by cues to others? expectations, and by cues to the costs others have invested on the basis of those expectations.},
	doi={https://doi.org/10.1007/s13164-018-0425-0}
}

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