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Beautiful but dangerous: Effects of offender attractiveness and nature of the crime on juridic judgment.
The physical attractiveness of a criminal defendant (attractive, unattractive, no information) and the nature of the crime (attractiveness-related, attractiveness-unrelated) were varied in a… Expand
The bogus pipeline: A new paradigm for measuring affect and attitude.
If subjects can be convinced that a physiological monitoring device is able to measure both the amplitude and direction of emotional response, their subsequent attempts to predict what the machine… Expand
Measures of Independent Variables and Mediators Are Useful in Social Psychology Experiments: But Are They Necessary?
A study of experiments in major social psychology journals shows that measures of independent variables have become increasingly common. The role in experiments of measures of independent variables… Expand
Gender Differences in Perceptions of How Others Are Affected by Self-Disclosure of Achievement
Three experiments were conducted at two east coast Universities with primarily Caucasian students participating. In experiment one, college students disclosed that they scored in the 91st percentile… Expand
Liking for an evaluator as a function of her physical attractiveness and nature of the evaluations
Abstract The relationship between physical attractiveness and liking was investigated in a 2 × 2 factorial design. The physical attractiveness (attractive versus unattractive) of an evaluator and the… Expand
Self-Consciousness, Self-presentation, and Performance Under Pressure: Who Chokes, and When?
Choking under pressure by persons low and high in self-consciousness was examined as a function of two sources of performance pressure: audience and performance feedback. Subjects competed with an… Expand
The cooperative subject: Myth or reality?
Abstract A number of researchers have suggested that cooperativeness on the part of subjects in supporting the hypotheses of experimenters yields artifactual data in some social psychological… Expand
Effects of Competence and Consensual Validation on a Communicator's Liking for the Audience.
- H. Sigall
- 1 October 1970
Opinion change and the gain-loss model of interpersonal attraction
Abstract Aronson and Linder 1965 demonstrated that a gain in esteem resulted in greater liking for an evaluator than did constant positive esteem. Similarly, a loss in esteem lead to less liking for… Expand
On the Limitations of Manipulation Checks: An Obstacle Toward Cumulative Science
- Marie-Pierre Fayant, H. Sigall, A. Lemonnier, Emilie Retsin, Theodore Alexopoulos
- 20 June 2017
Manipulation checks do not allow ruling out or accepting alternative explanations of causal effects (Sigall & Mills, 1998). In order to gauge the influence of this argument on current research… Expand