Sarah Kasran

Sarah Kasran
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology

Doctor of Psychology

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Research often focuses on one of two ways in which evaluative responses can be established or changed: the effects of persuasive messages and the effects of environmental regularities. While the former depend on the symbolic meaning of words and sentences, the latter are often seen as non-symbolic (i.e., the change in liking is assumed to be driven...
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Our behaviour toward stimuli can be influenced by observing how another person (a model) interacts with those stimuli. We investigated whether mere instructions about a model’s interactions with stimuli (i.e., instructions about observations) are sufficient to alter evaluative and fear responses and whether these changes are similar in magnitude to...
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Social learning represents an important avenue via which evaluations can be formed or changed. Rather than learn slowly through trial and error, we can instead observe how another person (a “model”) interacts with stimuli and quickly adjust our own behaviour. We report five studies (n = 912) that focused on one subtype of social learning, observati...
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For more than twenty-five years implicit measures have shaped research, theorizing, and intervention in psychological science. During this period, the development and deployment of implicit measures have been predicated on a number of theoretical, methodological, and applied assumptions. Yet these assumptions are frequently violated and rarely met....

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