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A Survey Method for Characterizing Daily Life Experience: The Day Reconstruction Method
The Day Reconstruction Method (DRM) assesses how people spend their time and how they experience the various activities and settings of their lives, combining features of time-budget measurement andExpand
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Self-reports: How the questions shape the answers.
Self-reports of behaviors and attitudes are strongly influenced by features of the research instrument, including question wording, format, and context. Recent research has addressed the underlyingExpand
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Ease of retrieval as information: Another look at the availability heuristic.
Experienced ease of recall was found to qualify the implications of recalled content. Ss who had to recall 12 examples of assertive (unassertive) behaviors, which was difficult, rated themselves asExpand
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Metacognitive Experiences in Consumer Judgment and Decision Making
Human reasoning is accompanied by meta-cognitive experiences, most notably the ease or difficulty of recall and thought generation and the fluency with which new information can be processed. TheseExpand
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The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activities on Companies With Bad Reputations
Based on theories of attribution and suspicion, three experiments highlight the mediating role of perceived sincerity of motives in determining the effectiveness of CSR activities. CSR activitiesExpand
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Effects of Perceptual Fluency on Affective Judgments
According to a two-step account of the mere-exposure effect, repeated exposure leads to the subjective feeling of perceptual fluency, which in turn influences liking. If so, perceptual fluencyExpand
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Mood and the use of scripts: does a happy mood really lead to mindlessness?
The authors tested whether happy moods increase, and sad moods decrease, reliance on general knowledge structures. Participants in happy, neutral, or sad moods listened to a "going-out-for-dinner"Expand
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Misinformation and Its Correction
The widespread prevalence and persistence of misinformation in contemporary societies, such as the false belief that there is a link between childhood vaccinations and autism, is a matter of publicExpand
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Insult, aggression, and the southern culture of honor: an "experimental ethnography".
Three experiments examined how norms characteristic of a "culture of honor" manifest themselves in the cognitions, emotions, behaviors, and physiological reactions of southern White males.Expand
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