Replication of ‘‘Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth’’ by Williams and Bargh (2008)

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Description: We aim to replicate Study 2 of Williams & Bargh's 2008 paper, which investigated the effects of brief warm or cold object interactions on subsequent decisions to behave in a pro-social or self-interested manner.

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This is a registered replication for Social Psychology. Researchers who are interested in joining the replication effort should read the posted materials, and then contact Dermot Lynott (d.lynott [at] lancaster.ac.uk) or Katie Corker (corkerk [at] kenyon [dot] edu) with questions.

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