Dissociating affective and cognitive dimensions of uncertainty by altering regulatory focus.

@article{Schoenherr2020DissociatingAA,
  title={Dissociating affective and cognitive dimensions of uncertainty by altering regulatory focus.},
  author={Jordan Richard Schoenherr and Tyler J. Burleigh},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2020},
  volume={205},
  pages={
          103017
        }
}
Cognitive uncertainty is evidenced across learning, memory, and decision-making tasks. Uncertainty has also been examined in studies of positive affect and preference by manipulating stimulus presentation frequency. Despite the extensive research in both of these areas, there has been little systematic study into the relationship between affective and cognitive uncertainty. Using a categorization task, the present study examined changes in cognitive and affective uncertainty by manipulating… Expand

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