August A. Capiola
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Past research shows that food neophobics (those individuals reluctant to try novel foods) and food neophilics (those individuals overtly willing to try novel foods) differ in terms of sensory… (More)
Individual differences in human food neophobia (the reluctance to try novel foods) and food neophilia (the overt willingness to try novel foods) influence the evaluation of tastes and odors, as well… (More)
Female escorts represent an occupational group that charges a fee for sex, which can be regarded as an extreme form of short-term mating. The present study examined if the fees charged by escorts are… (More)
Abstract The current research explored the role of personality in the trust process. Specifically, we explored the relationship between PT, the FFM, and trust beliefs, intentions, and behaviors.… (More)
Computer programs are a ubiquitous part of modern society, yet little is known about the psychological processes that underlie reviewing code. We applied the heuristic-systematic model (HSM) to… (More)
The daily use of technology has made people ever more reliant on software. It is important these software systems are produced in a manner that is both efficient and secure. In this context,… (More)
Abstract We investigated the relationship between optimism and psychological, behavioral, and psychophysiological stress responses. We expected that optimism would relate to challenge appraisals,… (More)
This study compared women who advertised on an online escort website and marketed themselves as either bisexual or heterosexual. The analyses showed that advertised sexual orientation, age, weight,… (More)
Abstract. Across two studies, we explored the relationship of propensity to trust – a general willingness to trust others (Mayer, Davis, & Schoorman, 1995) – and suspicion propensity – a dispositio...
We investigated the relationship between perceptions of trustworthiness and state suspicion over time. A total of 195 participants composing 39 teams completed an interdependent computer-mediated… (More)