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On SAGE Insight: The importance and prevalence of experimenter effects in the field of psychology

Article title: The Role of Experimenter Belief in Social Priming From Psychological Science Association for Psychological Science Priming, the act of influencing another’s behavior via indirect cues, is a common experimental manipulation in social psychology. In many social psychological priming … Continue reading

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When pooping babies become more appealing: The nonconscious pursuit of goals

When pooping babies become more appealing the effects of nonconscious goal pursuit on experienced emotions From Psychological Science This study considers the intensity of emotions people feel due to goals they nonconsciously pursue. Traditionally, emotions were seen as an obstacle … Continue reading

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