Prof. Dr. Eva Walther
Prof. Dr. Eva Walther
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Guilty by mere association: evaluative conditioning and the spreading attitude effect.
E Walther
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (6), 919, 2002
The pros and cons of temporally near and distant action.
T Eyal, N Liberman, Y Trope, E Walther
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (6), 781, 2004
Evaluative conditioning in social psychology: Facts and speculations
E Walther, B Nagengast, C Trasselli
Cognition & Emotion 19 (2), 175-196, 2005
Evaluative conditioning and the awareness issue: assessing contingency awareness with the four-picture recognition test.
E Walther, B Nagengast
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 32 (4), 454, 2006
Cognitive consistency and the formation of interpersonal attitudes: Cognitive balance affects the encoding of social information
B Gawronski, E Walther, H Blank
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (6), 618-626, 2005
The TAR effect: When the ones who dislike become the ones who are disliked
B Gawronski, E Walther
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (9), 1276-1289, 2008
Changing likes and dislikes through the back door: The US-revaluation effect
E Walther, B Gawronski, H Blank, T Langer
Cognition and Emotion 23 (5), 889-917, 2009
Conformity effects in memory as a function of group size, dissenters and uncertainty
E Walther, H Bless, F Strack, P Rackstraw, D Wagner, L Werth
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2002
Why sad people like shoes better: The influence of mood on the evaluative conditioning of consumer attitudes
E Walther, S Grigoriadis
Psychology & Marketing 21 (10), 755-773, 2004
Judgment biases in a simulated classroom—A cognitive-environmental approach
K Fiedler, E Walther, P Freytag, H Plessner
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 88 (1), 527-561, 2002
Do YouReallyKnow what you have seen? intrusion errors and presuppositions effects on constructive memory
K Fiedler, E Walther, T Armbruster, D Fay, U Naumann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 32 (5), 484-511, 1996
What do memory data tell us about the role of contingency awareness in evaluative conditioning?
B Gawronski, E Walther
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 617-623, 2012
Kurz und gut: Eine deutsche Kurzskala zur Erfassung des Bedürfnisses nach kognitiver Geschlossenheit
S Schlink, E Walther
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 38 (3), 153-161, 2007
Constructive biases in social judgment: Experiments on the self-verification of question contents.
K Fiedler, T Armbruster, S Nickel, E Walther, J Asbeck
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 71 (5), 861, 1996
The auto-verification of social hypotheses: Stereotyping and the power of sample size.
K Fiedler, E Walther, S Nickel
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77 (1), 5, 1999
Covariation-based attribution: On the ability to assess multiple covariates of an effect
K Fiedler, E Walther, S Nickel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (5), 609-624, 1999
Stereotyping as inductive hypothesis testing
K Fiedler, E Walther
Psychology Press, 2004
The role of evaluative conditioning in attitude formation
E Walther, R Weil, J Düsing
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (3), 192-196, 2011
I like her, because I like myself: Self-evaluation as a source of interpersonal attitudes.
E Walther, C Trasselli
Experimental psychology 50 (4), 239, 2003
Music is in the muscle: How embodied cognition may influence music preferences
P Sedlmeier, O Weigelt, E Walther
Music Perception 28 (3), 297-306, 2011
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