A rose in any other font would not smell as sweet: Effects of perceptual fluency on categorization

@article{Oppenheimer2008ARI,
  title={A rose in any other font would not smell as sweet: Effects of perceptual fluency on categorization},
  author={Daniel M. Oppenheimer and Michael C. Frank},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={106},
  pages={1178-1194}
}
Fluency--the ease with which people process information--is a central piece of information we take into account when we make judgments about the world. Prior research has shown that fluency affects judgments in a wide variety of domains, including frequency, familiarity, and confidence. In this paper, we present evidence that fluency also plays a role in categorization judgments. In Experiment 1, participants judged a variety of different exemplars to be worse category members if they were less… Expand
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