J Exp Psych General
Journal of Experimental Psychology General, 151(5)
INTEREST CATEGORY: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
POSTING TYPE: TOCs
Linguistic framing effects in business and refugee aid contexts: A replication and extension of Cooley et al. (2017).
—Garinther, Alexander; Arrow, Holly [Google Scholar]
Developmental change in the use of base-rates and individuating information.
—Gualtieri, Samantha; Denison, Stephanie [Google Scholar]
Learned temporal statistics guide information seeking and shape memory.
—Lang, Emily A.; van Geen, Camilla; Tedeschi, Ellen; Marvin, Caroline B.; Shohamy, Daphna [Google Scholar]
Automatically controlled: Task irrelevance fully cancels otherwise automatic imitation.
—Hemed, Eitan; Mark-Tavger, Ilya; Hertz, Uri; Bakbani-Elkayam, Shirel; Eitam, Baruch [Google Scholar]
Guidance of attention from visual working memory is feature-based, not object-based: Implications for models of feature binding.
—Thayer, Daniel D.; Bahle, Brett; Hollingworth, Andrew [Google Scholar]
Effects of semantic diversity and word frequency on single word processing.
—Chapman, Curtiss A.; Martin, Randi C. [Google Scholar]
The thought gap after conversation: Underestimating the frequency of others’ thoughts about us.
—Cooney, Gus; Boothby, Erica J.; Lee, Mariana [Google Scholar]
A comparison of memories of fiction and autobiographical memories.
—Yang, Brenda W.; Deffler, Samantha A.; Marsh, Elizabeth J. [Google Scholar]
Articulation contributes to valence sound symbolism.
—Körner, Anita; Rummer, Ralf [Google Scholar]
Diversifying neighborhoods and schools engender perceptions of foreign cultural threat among White Americans.
—Zou, Linda X.; Cheryan, Sapna [Google Scholar]
Preferential forgiveness: The impact of group membership and remorse on preschoolers’ forgiveness.
—Vaish, Amrisha; Oostenbroek, Janine [Google Scholar]
Hello, stranger? Pleasant conversations are preceded by concerns about starting one.
—Schroeder, Juliana; Lyons, Donald; Epley, Nicholas [Google Scholar]
Of pandemics, politics, and personality: The role of conscientiousness and political ideology in the sharing of fake news.
—Lawson, M. Asher; Kakkar, Hemant [Google Scholar]
The intent and extent of collective threats: A data-driven conceptualization of collective threats and their relation to political preferences.
—Kahn, Dennis T.; Björklund, Fredrik; Hirschberger, Gilad [Google Scholar]
Explaining the existential: Scientific and religious explanations play different functional roles.
—Davoodi, Telli; Lombrozo, Tania [Google Scholar]