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de Groot, A. (1946). Het denken van den Schaker. Amsterdam: Noord Hollandsche

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  • TITLE: Efficacy of Priming: Evidence from Expert Performance

    AUTHORS: Igor Bitensky, Yaniv Mama, Daniel Algom

    KEYWORDS: Priming, Experts, Chess, Risk-Taking

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.5 No.17, November 19, 2014

    ABSTRACT: The vast majority of studies performed on the priming of attitudes, dispositions, and behavior engaged non-selective group of students as participants. This study engaged highly skilled experts as well as student cohorts. In a series of 3 experiments, professional chess players as well as non-selected groups of students were primed for risk-taking behavior. The priming manipulations included words (Experiments 1-2) and pictures (Experiment 3). The results showed that priming was roughly effective to the same extent with experts and non-experts. We conclude that experts are not immune of the influence of priming—their high motivation and domain-specific performance notwithstanding.