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Description: The influence of temperature on the perception of houses. Does coldness augment the need for affiliation which leads to higher communality with ones home or a house on the market and therefore a more positive perception?

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This fork is a continuation of an earlier project (that we summarize in the different components of Study 1 and Pilot Study 2). We changed the nature of the design for Study 2 (specifically, we removed the cup manipulation from Study 2, as we found out that outside temperature in this case had a larger influence on our dependent variable). We preregistered Study 1 and will continue with this study...

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  • Method Pilot Study Neutrality House | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • Analysis Pilot Study Neutrality House | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • Background Study 1 (halfway through data collection) and Pilot Study 2 | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • Hypotheses Pilot Study 2 | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • Methods Pilot Study 2 | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • Results Pilot Study 2 | Forked: 2014-09-20 15:42 UTC


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  • PROJECT COMPLETED - additional materials


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  • Project Completed - Final Results


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  • Homelike Thermoregulation: How Physical Coldness Makes an Advertised House a Home

    House brokers typically intuit that any type of warmth cause people to buy houses more frequently. Is this empirical reality? The authors investigated...

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