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Affective Priming Procedure with Pictures

A simple affective/evaluative priming procedure with supraliminally presented pictures.


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Affective Priming Procedure with Words

A simple affective/evaluative priming procedure with supraliminally presented words.


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References

Hermans, D., Houwer, J., & Eelen, P. (1994). The affective priming effect: Automatic activation of evaluative information in memory. Cognition & Emotion, 8(6), 515-533.

Klauer, K. (1997). Affective Priming. European Review of Social Psychology, 8(1), 67-103.

Houwer, Hermans, Rothermund, & Wentura. (2002). Affective priming of semantic categorisation responses. Cognition & Emotion, 16(5), 643-666.

Robinson, Michael D., Ode, Scott, Moeller, Sara K., & Goetz, Paul W. (2007). Neuroticism and affective priming: Evidence for a neuroticism-linked negative schema.(Author abstract). Personality and Individual Differences, 42(7), 1221.

Donges, U., Kersting, A., Suslow, T., & Zalla, T. (2012). Women's Greater Ability to Perceive Happy Facial Emotion Automatically: Gender Differences in Affective Priming (Gender Differences in Affective Priming). PLoS ONE, 7(7), E41745.

Yang, J., Cao, Z., Xu, X., & Chen, G. (2012). The Amygdala Is Involved in Affective Priming Effect for Fearful Faces. Brain and Cognition, 80(1), 15-22.

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