How to bring the news … peak-end effects in children’s affective responses to peer assessments of their social behavior

@article{Hoogerheide2018HowTB,
  title={How to bring the news … peak-end effects in children’s affective responses to peer assessments of their social behavior},
  author={Vincent Hoogerheide and M. Vink and Bridgid Finn and Annelies Raes and Fred Paas},
  journal={Cognition and Emotion},
  year={2018},
  volume={32},
  pages={1114 - 1121}
}
ABSTRACT The retrospective evaluation of an event tends to be based on how the experience felt during the most intense moment and the last moment. Two experiments tested whether this so-called peak-end effect influences how primary school students are affected by peer assessments. In both experiments, children (ages 7–12) assessed two classmates on their behaviour in school and then received two manipulated assessments. In Experiment 1 (N  = 30), one assessment consisted of four negative… 
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