enclothed cognition: clothes and perception

Adam Galinsky’s recent work and experiment on clothing and perceptions of cognition have been getting lots of attention. Here’s the New York Times piece – “Mind games: Sometimes a white coat isn’t just a white coat.”  And, the ABC News story – “Clothes make the man and career.”

Here’s the paper (with Hajo Adam) in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, “Enclothed Cognition.

(Sorry, Fabio, I don’t think the untucked shirt + Fanny Pack look gets you any extra cognition points.  But I could be wrong.)


Written by teppo

April 8, 2012 at 5:16 am

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  1. Where else would you store your cognitive schemas, if not a fanny pack?



    April 8, 2012 at 7:32 am

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