In live interaction, does familiarity promote attraction or contempt? Reply to Norton, Frost, and Ariely (2011).

@article{Reis2011InLI,
  title={In live interaction, does familiarity promote attraction or contempt? Reply to Norton, Frost, and Ariely (2011).},
  author={Harry T. Reis and Michael R. Maniaci and Peter A. Caprariello and Paul W. Eastwick and Eli J. Finkel},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={101 3},
  pages={
          575-8
        }
}
In this reply, we address and refute each of Norton, Frost, and Ariely's (see record 2011-18560-001) specific objections to the conclusion that, ceteris paribus, familiarity breeds liking in live interaction. In particular, we reiterate the importance of studying live interaction rather than decontextualized processes. These rebuttals notwithstanding, we concur with Norton et al.'s call for an integrative model that encompasses both Norton, Frost, and Ariely's (see record 2006-23056-008… CONTINUE READING

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