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We predict that participants in a physically cold (vs. warm) environment will perceive a house in an advertisement as more communal and more attractive. We predict that participants’ Need For Affiliation (NFA) will mediate the relation between temperature condition and ratings of a house as more communal and more attractive, such that lower temperatures will lead to a higher NFA in participa...


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