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Real or Artifact? Shedding light on how and when repeated expression can result in polarization
Researchers have long noted that repeated expression of a judgment can cause that judgment to become more extreme. Three perspectives were explored for why this effect occurs. The first perspective implied that repeated ...
The Effects of Feature-Based and Memory-Driven Attention on Appearance
Recent evidence suggests that, in addition to improving performance, spatial attention alters the perceptual experience of visual stimuli. We investigated whether two other forms of attention – feature-based attention, and ...
A Developmental Perspective on Children and Adolescents who Bully and are Victimized by Peers
The present study examined developmental changes in the prevalence, stability, and developmental pathways associated with Bully/Victim status in order to increase our understanding of this high-risk group. In addition, ...
Foundations of Ingroup Bias and Similarity Bias in 2-Year-Olds
The powerful influence of group membership and similarity on perceptions and behaviour is well established; however, questions remain about the developmental trajectory of these patterns and the extent to which similarity ...
Prediction of Social Competence and Social Integration in Children with or at-Risk for Intellectual Disability
Research in the field of intellectual disability (ID) has long recognized that social skills and, in turn, social acceptance, are key areas of difficulty for children with ID. However, little work has been done to examine ...