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ABSTRACTSocial cognition involves automatic and stimulus-driven processes; these may be important in mediating stereotypes in the community and schemas and transference in the clinic setting. Significant differences in self-related processing and other-related processing may also lead to important biases in our view of the other. The psychobiology of social cognition is gradually being delineated, and may be useful in understanding these phenomena, and in responding appropriately. In thedoi:10.1017/s1092852900020009 fatcat:xfvuyxgw4rf7lnxcmuxief56he