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A Survey Method for Characterizing Daily Life Experience: The Day Reconstruction Method
The DRM's utility is shown by documenting close correspondences between the DRM reports of 909 employed women and established results from experience sampling, and an analysis of the hedonic treadmill shows its potential for well-being research.
Processing Fluency and Aesthetic Pleasure: Is Beauty in the Perceiver's Processing Experience?
This work proposes that aesthetic pleasure is a funnction of the perceiver's processing dynamics: the more fluently perceivers can process an object, the more positive their aesthetic response, and reviews variables known to influence aesthetic judgments, and traces their effects to changes in processing fluency.
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 underlying
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. These
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 activities
Misinformation and Its Correction
Recommendations may help practitioners—including journalists, health professionals, educators, and science communicators—design effective misinformation retractions, educational tools, and public-information campaigns.
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 fluency
Accessible Content and Accessibility Experiences: The Interplay of Declarative and Experiential Information in Judgment
  • N. Schwarz
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 1 May 1998
Recall tasks render 2 distinct sources of information available: the recalled content and the experienced ease or difficulty with which it can be brought to mind. Because retrieving many pieces of
Emotion, cognition, and decision making
(2000). Emotion, cognition, and decision making. Cognition and Emotion: Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 433-440.