Cognitive Analysis of Social Behavior: Proceedings of the by J. M. F. Jaspars (auth.), Jean-Paul Codol Ph.D.,

By J. M. F. Jaspars (auth.), Jean-Paul Codol Ph.D., Jacques-Philippe Leyens Ph.D. (eds.)

The 5th summer season institution equipped through the eu Associa­ tion of Experimental Social Psychology used to be held in Aix-en-Proven­ ce (France, from July 12 to 31, 1981. prior colleges had taken position within the Hague (The Nederlands) in 1966, Leuven (Belgium) in 1967, Konstanz (Germany) in 1972 and in Oxford (Great-Britain) in 1976. this is often an immense job of the eu organization and has continuously met with nice good fortune. This time, one hundred thirty applica­ tions have been got whereas purely 50 will be permitted, given the layout followed for the summer season university. They represented many various nations and associations. to totally comprehend the goals of this kind of summer time college, es­ pecially of the current one, it truly is most likely top to think about first its association. members have been graduates or younger postdoctoral scholars in experimental social psychology. for 3 weeks they labored in 5 groups of ten individuals every one below the mentorship of a senior researcher. each one of 5 employees individuals had recommended a distinct subject of analysis within which they have been , good be­ fore the beginning of the consultation. This enabled the groups to be de­ termined early sufficient for the individuals in order to arrange for the periods. In Aix, within the wonderful atmosphere of an previous convent, afternoons (and usually evenings in addition) have been spent discussing theoretical concerns coming up from the recommended subject matters and in making plans examine to check particular hypotheses.

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For the Ss who prefer small families (2 or 3 children) there is not a very high linear relationship between cognitive structure and individual preferential ranking, but such preferential orders can be derived by unfolding (Coombs, 1964; Coombs, Da wes and Tversky ) from the joint cognitive structure in this particular case. Another, and perhaps more interesting, way to look at this problem is to reverse the question and instead of asking whether individual preferential choice behaviour can be predicted on the basis of the joint cognitive structure of the Ss, we can ask whether the cognitive structure implied by the set of preferential choices is the same as the cognitive structure obtained by direct similarity judgments or some other type of social judgment.

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