Incidental Attitude Formation via the Surveillance Task: A Multi-Site Registered Replication Report of Olson and Fazio (2001) "Implicit Attitude Formation Through Classical Conditioning"

Affiliated institutions: Universiteit Gent

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Description: NB nomenclature has changed over time: despite the title of the original article, "implicit" here refers to self-reported attitudes that were acquired in the absence of awareness/memory of the CS-US pairings, rather than classical conditioning procedures giving rise to implicit attitudes.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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    Moran, Olson, Fritzlen & 26 more

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  • A. Analysis


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