Mahzarin R. Banaji describes two of her works that she feels have been given undeserved attention. The first was a paper, written in collaboration with Robert Crowder, stating that the “practical aspects of memory” movement had made the mistake of equating the use to which basic research is put with research that employs seemingly realistic methods. The second was her response to a body of work on implicit social cognition, in which she argued that thinking and feeling can operate without conscious awareness. Therefore, mental states have consequences that are unintended.
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