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Locating Embodiment Effects: Hierarchical Access Priority Model

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There are detailed theories and abundant empirical results regarding embodied cognition. However, embodiment effects are undergoing a replication crisis. Based on the hierarchical structure of embodiment tasks and the dual process property of embodiment phenomena, we propose the hierarchical access priority model (HAP). According to HAP, the generation of embodiment effects depends on the access priority of embodied variables to unconscious processes, and embodiment effects from different hierarchy levels show a contravariant relationship between effect size and stability. Theoretically, the stability of an embodiment effect is partly determined by the hierarchy of the embodied variable, and dissociation of the dual process moderates the effect size. Empirically, the hierarchical linear model analytic method should be considered for embodied research; the embodied variable could be designed as a mediating or moderating variable, and other possible masked mediating variables should be considered. HAP can explain why some embodiment effects could not be replicated, and offers an insightful theoretical perspective for solving the replication crisis.
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来自: 刘传军
DOI:10.12074/201810.00102
推荐引用方式: Chuanjun Liu,Jiangqun Liao,Kaiping Peng.(2019).Locating Embodiment Effects: Hierarchical Access Priority Model.[ChinaXiv:201810.00102] (点此复制)
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