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  • D J Stang
  • 1975
The mediating role of learning in the relationship between repeated exposure and affect was explored and supported in three experiments involving a total of 229 undergraduate participants. It was found that both learning and affect measures behaved in essentially the same way as a function of exposure duration (Experiments 1 and 3), serial position(More)
Exposure duration has been found to have a strong impact on the affective value attributed to a variety of stimuli. The purpose of the study reported here was to examine the impact of this variable in projective testing, and im particular in the affective value subjects attribute to the TAT cards. Using 34 undergraduate students, a linear decrease in(More)
Foreword Presidents of The Wildlife Society and the Ameri-can Fisheries Society occasionally appoint ad hoc committees to study and report on select conservation issues. These reports ordinarily appear as either a Technical Review or a Position Statement. Review papers present technical information, and position statements are based on these reviews.(More)
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