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This is the project page of the replication of Förster et al. (2008). Project Abstract: To test their Global/Local Processing Style model, Förster, Liberman, and Kuschel (2008) found that after priming a concept (such as “aggressive”), people assimilate that concept into their social judgments after a “global” prime (e.g., rate a person as being more aggressive compared to a no prime condition), o...

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