Effects of Psychological Distance on Mental Abstraction: A Registered Replication Report of Four Tests of Construal Level Theory

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Description: Construal level theory (CLT) proposes that psychological distance influences the level of abstraction at which something is mentally construed: things perceived as less probable (likelihood distance) or further away from the here (spatial distance), now (temporal distance), or self (social distance) are thought about in more abstract terms. The current study examines the replicability of four seminal findings frequently cited as support for core assumptions of CLT, and explores potential moderators and boundary conditions of the effects.

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Construal Level International Multi-lab Replication (CLIMR) Project Compendium This project entails multi-lab collaborative replications of four studies on Construal Level Theory (CLT): Liberman, N., Sagristano, M. D., & Trope, Y. (2002). The effect of temporal distance on level of mental construal. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 38(6), 523-534. Experiment 1. Liberman, N., & Trope, Y....

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