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Christian Unkelbach
Christian Unkelbach
Professor for Experimental Psychology, Universität zu Köln
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-koeln.de
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Reversing the truth effect: Learning the interpretation of processing fluency in judgments of truth.
C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (1 …, 2007
5122007
Why positive information is processed faster: The density hypothesis.
C Unkelbach, K Fiedler, M Bayer, M Stegmüller, D Danner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (1), 36-49, 2008
3552008
The ABC of stereotypes about groups: Agency/socioeconomic success, conservative–progressive beliefs, and communion.
A Koch, R Imhoff, R Dotsch, C Unkelbach, H Alves
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110 (5), 675-709, 2016
3342016
The learned interpretation of cognitive fluency
C Unkelbach
Psychological Science 17 (4), 339-345, 2006
3282006
The turban effect: The influence of Muslim headgear and induced affect on aggressive responses in the shooter bias paradigm
C Unkelbach, JP Forgas, TF Denson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (5), 1409-1413, 2008
2572008
Crowd noise as a cue in referee decisions contributes to the home advantage
C Unkelbach, D Memmert
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 32 (4), 483-498, 2010
2532010
Can bad weather improve your memory? An unobtrusive field study of natural mood effects on real-life memory
JP Forgas, L Goldenberg, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (1), 254-257, 2009
1912009
Oxytocin selectively facilitates recognition of positive sex and relationship words
C Unkelbach, AJ Guastella, JP Forgas
Psychological science 19 (11), 1092-1094, 2008
1912008
Dissociating contingency awareness and conditioned attitudes: Evidence of contingency-unaware evaluative conditioning.
M Hütter, S Sweldens, C Stahl, C Unkelbach, KC Klauer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (3), 539, 2012
1852012
On the respective contributions of awareness of unconditioned stimulus valence and unconditioned stimulus identity in attitude formation through evaluative conditioning.
C Stahl, C Unkelbach, O Corneille
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97 (3), 404-420, 2009
185*2009
Truth by repetition: Explanations and implications
C Unkelbach, A Koch, RR Silva, T Garcia-Marques
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (3), 247-253, 2019
1792019
The epistemic status of processing fluency as source for judgments of truth
R Reber, C Unkelbach
Review of philosophy and psychology 1 (4), 563-581, 2010
1762010
Game management, context effects, and calibration: The case of yellow cards in soccer
C Unkelbach, D Memmert
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (1), 95-109, 2008
1552008
Why good is more alike than bad: Processing implications
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (2), 69-79, 2017
1532017
A referential theory of the repetition-induced truth effect
C Unkelbach, SC Rom
Cognition 160, 110-126, 2017
1502017
A general model of fluency effects in judgment and decision making
C Unkelbach, R Greifeneder
The experience of thinking, 21-42, 2013
140*2013
A multinomial modeling approach to dissociate different components of the truth effect
C Unkelbach, C Stahl
Consciousness and cognition 18 (1), 22-38, 2009
1332009
Regulatory fit as a determinant of sport performance: How to succeed in a soccer penalty-shooting
H Plessner, C Unkelbach, D Memmert, A Baltes, A Kolb
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10 (1), 108-115, 2009
1262009
Is mood congruency an effect of genuine memory or response bias?
K Fiedler, S Nickel, T Muehlfriedel, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (3), 201-214, 2001
1222001
A general valence asymmetry in similarity: Good is more alike than bad.
A Koch, H Alves, T Krüger, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (8), 1171, 2016
1082016
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