Subject: mere exposure effect | familiarity | emotions | expression | Psychology | BF1-990 | Original Research | approach avoidance
Mere-exposure research has found that initially neutral objects made familiar are preferred relative to novel objects. Recent work extends these preference judgments into the behavioral domain by illustrating that mere exposure prompts approach-oriented behavior toward ... View more
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