Unconscious Affective Reactions to Masked Happy Versus Angry Faces Influence Consumption Behavior and Judgments of Value

@article{Winkielman2005UnconsciousAR,
  title={Unconscious Affective Reactions to Masked Happy Versus Angry Faces Influence Consumption Behavior and Judgments of Value},
  author={P. Winkielman and K. Berridge and Julia L. Wilbarger},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  year={2005},
  volume={31},
  pages={121 - 135}
}
The authors explored three properties of basic, unconsciously triggered affective reactions: They can influence consequential behavior, they work without eliciting conscious feelings, and they interact with motivation. The authors investigated these properties by testing the influence of subliminally presented happy versus angry faces on pouring and consumption of beverage (Study 1), perception of beverage value (Study 2), and reports of conscious feelings (both studies). Consistent with… Expand
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