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Automatic affective evaluation does not automatically predispose for arm flexion and extension.
The results suggest that tendencies for arm flexion and extension are not automatic consequences of automatic affective information processing.
Approach, avoidance, and affect: a meta-analysis of approach-avoidance tendencies in manual reaction time tasks
A meta-analysis of 29 studies included for their use of strongly positive and negative stimuli is presented to examine the automaticity of the link between affective information processing and approach and avoidance, and to test whether it depends on instruction, type of approach-avoidance task, and stimulus type.
The Impact of Emotion on Perception
The present results support the hypothesis that perceptual encoding of emotionally significant stimuli is enhanced and disentangle the effects of bias and enhanced processing.
Ambivalence and decisional conflict as a cause of psychological discomfort: feeling tense before jumping off the fence
Convergent and divergent responses to emotional displays of ingroup and outgroup.
Testing the assumption that emotional mimicry and contagion are moderated by group membership shows that ingroup anger and fear displays were mimicked to a greater extent than outgroup displays of these emotions, and mimicry increased liking for ingroup models but not for outgroup models.
Affective modulation of recognition bias.
A correspondence of processing on the familiarity-novelty and positive-negative dimensions, particularly in the earliest processing stages, is proposed and corresponding effects were found.
Embodied emotion concepts: How generating words about pride and disappointment influences posture
Embodiment theories predict that activating conceptual knowledge about emotions can be accompanied by re-experiencing bodily states, since simulations of sensory, motor, and introspective experiences…
The effects of cortisol administration on approach–avoidance behavior: An event-related potential study
The path of ambivalence: tracing the pull of opposing evaluations using mouse trajectories
An embodied measure of pull is used to address the relationship of this dynamic measure to response time and self-reports of ambivalence and discuss implications and avenues for future research.
Mere exposure in reverse: Mood and motion modulate memory bias
Mere exposure, generally, entails influences of familiarity manipulations on affective dependent variables. Previously (Phaf & Rotteveel, 2005), we have argued that familiarity corresponds…