Dual Process Theory 2.0 provides a comprehensive overview of the new directions in which dual process research is heading. Human thinking is often characterized as an interplay between intuition and deliberation and this two-headed, dual process view of human thinking has been very influential in the cognitive sciences and popular media. However, despite the popularity of the dual process framework it faces multiple challenges.
Recent advances indicate that there is a strong need to re-think some of the fundamental assumptions of the original dual process model.With chapters written by leading scholars who have been actively involved in the development of an upgraded ‘Dual Process Theory 2.0’, this edited volume presents an accessible overview of the latest empirical findings and theoretical ideas..
With cutting edge insights on the interaction between intuition and deliberation, Dual Process Theory 2.0 should be of interest to psychologists, philosophers, and economists who are using dual process models.
1. Dual Process Theory 2.0: An Introduction- Wim De Neys 2. A Perspective on the Theoretical Foundation of Dual Process Models - Gordon Pennycook 3. The Parallel Processing Model of Belief Bias: Review and Extensions- Dries Trippas and Simon Handley 4. Bias, Conflict, and Fast Logic: Towards a Hybrid Dual Process Future?- Wim De Neys 5. Comparing Dual Process Theories: Evidence from Event Related Potentials- Adrian Banks 6. The Fuzzy-Trace Dual Process Model- Valerie Reyna, Shahin Rahimi-Golkhandan, David Garavito and Rebecca Helm 7. Conflict and Dual Process Theory: The Case of Belief Bias- Linden Ball, Valerie Thompson and Edward Stupple 8. Logical Intuitions and other conundra for Dual Process Theories- Valerie Thompson and Ian Newman 9. Dual Process Theory: perspectives and Problems- Jonathan Evans
Current Issues in Thinking and Reasoning is a series of edited books which will reflect the state of the art in areas of current and emerging interest in the psychological study of thinking processes.
Each volume will be tightly focussed on a particular topic and will consist of from seven to ten chapters contributed by international experts. The editors of individual volumes will be leading figures in their areas and will provide an introductory overview.
Example topics include thinking and working memory, visual imagery in problem solving, evolutionary approaches to thinking, cognitive processes in planning, creative thinking, decision making processes, pathologies of thinking, individual differences, neuropsychological approaches and applications of thinking research.