Trait and state anxiety reduce the mere exposure effect

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Sandra L Ladd; Sandra L Ladd; John D E Gabrieli; John D E Gabrieli;

The mere exposure effect refers to an affective preference elicited by exposure to previously unfamiliar items. Although it is a well-established finding, its mechanism remains uncertain, with some positing that it reflects affective processes and others positing that i... View more
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