Christian Unkelbach
Christian Unkelbach
Professor for Experimental Psychology, Universität zu Köln
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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
The learned interpretation of cognitive fluency
C Unkelbach
Psychological Science 17 (4), 339-345, 2006
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
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
Oxytocin selectively facilitates recognition of positive sex and relationship words
C Unkelbach, AJ Guastella, JP Forgas
Psychological science 19 (11), 1092-1094, 2008
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Evaluative learning with single versus multiple unconditioned stimuli: The role of contingency awareness.
C Stahl, C Unkelbach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (2), 286, 2009
A multinomial modeling approach to dissociate different components of the truth effect
C Unkelbach, C Stahl
Consciousness and cognition 18 (1), 22-38, 2009
A general model of fluency effects in judgment and decision making
C Unkelbach, R Greifeneder
The experience of thinking, 21-42, 2013
Evaluative conditioning depends on higher order encoding processes
K Fiedler, C Unkelbach
Cognition and Emotion 25 (4), 639-656, 2011
Why good is more alike than bad: Processing implications
H Alves, A Koch, C Unkelbach
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (2), 69-79, 2017
Hating the cute kitten or loving the aggressive pit-bull: EC effects depend on CS–US relations
S Förderer, C Unkelbach
Cognition & emotion 26 (3), 534-540, 2012
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