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We propose that people who are cold (vs. warm) have a higher (vs. lower) need for affiliation. In turn, we think that people who are cold (vs. warm) will rate houses as more communal (thus as a reflection of their motivation for warmth). In Study 1, we wanted to investigate whether taking away the motivation to get warm, when being in a cold situation, influences this warmth-evaluation link. Furth...


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