Dorota Rutkowska

THE INFLUENCE OF PREVIOUS AUTOMATIC AND REFLEXIVE EVALUATION SYSTEM ACIVATION ON OPERATING THE AXIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN PEOPLE WITH DIFFERENT LEVEL OF AXIOLOGICAL VALUES DEVELOPMENT.

  

In the study the two different evaluation systems were assumed - the automatic system based on affective relations and the reflexive system based on the articulated evaluative standards. The studies were the attempts to cover time characteristics of operating axiological concepts, which are claimed to be typical for the reflexive system in conditions of separate each of the evaluation system and in people differentiated by the level of the personal set of axiological concepts development. Two studies with 117 participants were conducted. The task on categorizing the verbal labels of axiological concepts in the modified Implicit Association Test was used to measure the speed of operating this short of concepts. In Study I the categorization demanded less reflexive operations whereas in Study II it demanded more deliberative approach. The findings show that reflexive system activation made the time of operating the axiological concepts longer only for people with less developed personal set of axiological concepts in the situations which did not demand using subjective deliberative standards. More developed personal set of axiological concepts was connected with operating axiological concepts, which was independent of the type of evaluation system activated in the study.

Autor: Ewelina Soszyńska
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 11.03.2007, godz. 16:54 - Ewelina Soszyńska