Hans Alves
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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, 2016
Why good is more alike than bad: Processing implications
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (2), 69-79, 2017
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
My friends are all alike—the relation between liking and perceived similarity in person perception
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 62, 103-117, 2016
Response category width as a psychophysical manifestation of construal level and distance
T Krüger, K Fiedler, AS Koch, H Alves
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (4), 501-512, 2014
Fluency and positivity as possible causes of the truth effect
C Unkelbach, M Bayer, H Alves, A Koch, C Stahl
Consciousness and cognition 20 (3), 594-602, 2011
The “common good” phenomenon: Why similarities are positive and differences are negative.
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (4), 512, 2017
Negativity bias, positivity bias, and valence asymmetries: Explaining the differential processing of positive and negative information
C Unkelbach, H Alves, A Koch
Advances in experimental social psychology 62, 115-187, 2020
A cognitive-ecological explanation of intergroup biases
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Psychological Science 29 (7), 1126-1133, 2018
A density explanation of valence asymmetries in recognition memory
H Alves, C Unkelbach, J Burghardt, AS Koch, T Krüger, VD Becker
Memory & Cognition 43, 896-909, 2015
Psychological distance reduces literal imitation: Evidence from an imitation-learning paradigm.
J Hansen, H Alves, Y Trope
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (3), 320, 2016
The evaluative information ecology: On the frequency and diversity of “good” and “bad”
C Unkelbach, A Koch, H Alves
European Review of Social Psychology 30 (1), 216-270, 2019
The redundancy in cumulative information and how it biases impressions.
H Alves, A Mata
Journal of personality and social psychology 117 (6), 1035, 2019
Sharing rare attitudes attracts
H Alves
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (8), 1270-1283, 2018
The differentiation principle: why consumers often neglect positive attributes of novel food products
A Florack, T Koch, S Haasova, S Kunz, H Alves
Journal of Consumer Psychology 31 (4), 684-705, 2021
Attitudes from mere co-occurrences are guided by differentiation.
H Alves, F Högden, A Gast, F Aust, C Unkelbach
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (3), 560, 2020
Attitude similarity and interpersonal liking: A dominance of positive over negative attitudes
TJ Zorn, A Mata, H Alves
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 100, 104281, 2022
Relativity in Social Cognition: Basic processes and novel applications of social comparisons
C Unkelbach, H Alves, M Baldwin, J Crusius, K Diel, AD Galinsky, A Gast, ...
European Review of Social Psychology, 1-54, 2023
The differential similarity of positive and negative information–an affect-induced processing outcome?
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Cognition and Emotion, 2018
The sustainability liability revisited: Positive versus negative differentiation of novel products by sustainability attributes
S Kunz, A Florack, I Campuzano, H Alves
Appetite 167, 105637, 2021
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