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Mood, misattribution, and judgments of well-being: Informative and directive functions of affective states.
Les auteurs cherchent a savoir si l'humeur dans lequel le sujet se trouve au moment ou on lui demande d'evaluer sa satisfaction existentielle, influence precisement ces evaluations
Feelings as information: Informational and motivational functions of affective states.
- N. Schwarz
Ease of retrieval as information: Another look at the availability heuristic.
- N. Schwarz, H. Bless, F. Strack, Gisela Klumpp, Helga Rittenauer-Schatka, Annette Simons
- 1 August 1991
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 as… Expand
Feelings and phenomenal experiences
Following an initial emphasis on " cold " cognitive processes, which could be conceptualized within the computer metaphor of the information processing paradigm, social cognition researchers… Expand
Reports of subjective well-being: Judgmental processes and their methodological implications.
Mood and the use of scripts: does a happy mood really lead to mindlessness?
- H. Bless, N. Schwarz, G. Clore, V. Golisano, C. Rabe, M. Wölk
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of personality and social psychology
- 1 October 1996
A pattern of findings indicates higher reliance on general knowledge structures under happy rather than sad moods, incompatible with the assumption that happy moods decrease either cognitive capacity or processing motivation in general, which would predict impaired secondary-task performance. Expand
Thinking About Answers: The Application of Cognitive Processes to Survey Methodology
Originally published in Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 1997, Vol 42(7), 652-652. For students and practitioners of survey research, Thinking About Answers: The Application of Cognitive… Expand
Affective causes and consequences of social information processing.
The study of affect is as old as scientific psychology itself. A hundred years ago, two of the most influential psychologists were Wilhelm Wundt and William James. Both were centrally concerned with… Expand