Symposia: 221/55 - Context matters: Contextual influences on evaluative responses

Wednesday 5 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Andalucía III
This symposium demonstrates how context influences the formation and expression of evaluations. We show that by taking context into account, we can reconcile previously mixed findings and provide evidence that context significantly shapes affective, behavioral, and cognitive processes.

 

Chair
Hannah Nohlen
Department of Psychology. University of Toronto. Canada.

 

221/5501 Evaluative context shapes physiological responses to ambivalent information.

(1) Nohlen, Hannah; (2) van Harreveld, Frenk; (3) Rotteveel, Mark; (4) Barends, Ard; (5) Larsen, Jeff

(1) Department of Psychology. University of Toronto. Toronto. Canada; (2) Department of Psychology. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (3) Department of Psychology. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (4) PhD student. Department of Psychology. Free University Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (5) Department of Psychology. University of Tennessee. USA

221/5502 Complex Emotions and Persuasion: An Appraisal Perspective

(1) Briñol, Pablo; (2) Petty, Richard E.; (3) Stavraki, Maria; (4) Díaz, Darío; (5) Lamprinakos, Grigorio

(1) Department of Psychology. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Madrid. Spain; (2) Ohio State University. USA; (3) Universidad de Castilla la Mancha. Spain; (4) Universidad de Castilla la Mancha. Spain; (5) Athens University of Economics and Business. Greece

221/5503 Fleeting beauty: Beauty-in-averageness and context-dependent reversals

(1) Vogel, Tobias; (2) Carr, Evan W.; (3) Winkielman, Piotr

(1) University of Mannheim. Germany; (2) Columbia Business School. New York. USA; (3) University of California, San Diego, USA

221/5504 Contextualized Change of Automatic Evaluations: What We Learned from Our Own File Drawer

(1) Gawronski, Bertram; (2) Hu, Xiaoqing; (3) Rydell, Robert J.; (4) Vervliet, Bram; (5) de Houwer, Jan

(1) University of Texas at Austin. Austin, USA; (2) University of Hong Kong, China; (3) Indiana University, USA; (4) University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (5) Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

221/5505 Regional attitudes and stereotypes predict police homicides and voting behavior

(1) Calanchini, Jimmy; (2) Sherman, Jeffrey W.; (3) Witkowski, Phillip; (4) Sparks, Jehan

(1) Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. Freiburg. Germany; (2) University of California, Davis, USA; (3) University of California, Davis, USA; (4) University of California, Davis, USA