Effects of affect and cognition on the avoidance of food from Fukushima: focusing on the dual-process theory

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Description: 2016 Annual Convention of Society for Personality and Social Psychology

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After the Tohoku earthquake, people have avoided purchasing foods from Fukushima. This study examined the effect of personal attributions on purchasing while focusing on the dual-process theory. Four hundred and thirteen individuals participated in an online survey. The need for affect scale, need for cognition scale, and Cognitive Reflection Test (to objectively discriminate between affective and...

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