Tina Glaser
Tina Glaser
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Changing likes and dislikes through the back door: The US-revaluation effect
E Walther, B Gawronski, H Blank, T Langer
Cognition and Emotion 23, 889-917, 2009
Face the consequences: Learning about victim's suffering reduces sexual harassment myth acceptance and men's likelihood to sexually harass
C Diehl, T Glaser, G Bohner
Aggressive Behavior 40 (6), 489-503, 2014
Lateral attitude change
T Glaser, N Dickel, B Liersch, J Rees, P Süssenbach, G Bohner
Personality and Social Psychology Review 19 (3), 257-276, 2015
When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change.
T Langer, E Walther, B Gawronski, H Blank
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45, 1232-1237, 2009
Why do we like the iPhone? The role of evaluative conditioning in attitude formation.
E Walther, R Weil, T Langer
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5, 473-486, 2011
Two in one conditioning? The role of valence in concept learning
T Glaser, E Walther
Learning and Motivation 44 (3), 174-183, 2013
Generalization effects in evaluative conditioning: Evidence for attitude transfer effects from single exemplars to social categories
T Glaser, D Kuchenbrandt
Frontiers in psychology 8, 103, 2017
Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning.
E Walther, T Langer, R Weil, M Komischke
European Journal of Social Psychology 41, 17-22, 2011
Lateral attitude change: Stalking the elusive displacement effect
R Linne, T Glaser, K Pum, G Bohner
Social Cognition 38 (4), 324-353, 2020
Positive, negative, or all relative? Evaluative conditioning of ambivalence
T Glaser, ML Woud, ML Iskander, V Schmalenstroth, TM Vo
Acta psychologica 185, 155-165, 2018
Lateral attitude change: Does acceptance versus rejection of focal change cause generalization versus displacement?. Research Report
G Bohner, L Elleringmann, R Linne, R Boege, T Glaser
One but not the same: Evaluative conditioning with mixed-valence USs
T Glaser, E Walther
Learning and Motivation 43 (3), 144-154, 2012
Heading right and judging harsher: Spatial orientation toward the right side and moral judgments.
T Glaser, JH Hellmann
Social Psychology 48 (5), 253, 2017
Saving versus deleting thoughts affects focal and lateral attitude change (Guardar vs. eliminar los pensamientos influye en los cambios actitudinales focales y laterals)
G Bohner, RMJ Boege, T Glaser, L Klempel, R Linne
International Journal of Social Psychology 36 (2), 300-329, 2021
Lateral attitude change: Delayed focal effect after displacement?. Research Report
R Boege, R Linne, T Glaser, G Bohner
Priming as a moderator of lateral attitude change. Research Report
G Bohner, L Elleringmann, R Boege, T Glaser, R Linne
Creation of stimulus sets for studying lateral attitude change. Research Report
R Boege, R Linne, T Glaser, G Bohner
Heading Right and Judging Harsher
T Glaser, JH Hellmann
Social Psychology, 2017
T Glaser, G Bohner
Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, C VI: Sozialpsychologie (Bd. 2: Soziale …, 2016
The Long and Winding Road to Uncertainty: The Link between Spatial Distance and Feelings of Uncertainty
T Glaser, J Lewandowski, J Düsing
Plos one 10 (3), e0119108, 2015
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