Katarina Blask

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In 2 experiments we show that preferences can be formed by transfer of valence from an unconditioned stimulus (US) to an action and then from this valence-laden action to a novel conditioned stimulus (CS) even though the US and CS were never presented together. This result expands the approach of intersecting regularities (Hughes, De Houwer, & Perugini,(More)
Emotion and its effects on other psychological phenomena are frequently studied by presenting emotional pictures for a short amount of time. However, the duration of exposure strongly differs across paradigms. In order to ensure the comparability of affective response elicitation across those paradigms, it is crucial to empirically validate emotional(More)
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