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Physical attractiveness moderates affect contagion]. Help Center Find new research papers in: Dispositional likeability was manipulated by written reports describing a sender as a likeable or dislikeable ktarzyna. To induce affect, we used short videos presenting a sender displaying happy versus sad emotional expressions.
However, the effect was observed only when mood was measured in an implicit way.
The influence of interpersonal attraction on affective contagion]. Refresh and try again. After the film they rated their mood again. We hypothesized that exposure to a similar sender would foster concordant affective reactions, whereas exposure to a dissimilar sender would foster discordant ones. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Asia Nadolna rated it really liked it Dec 13, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Click here to sign up. Is your mood more contagious if you are likeable? Thanks for telling us about the problem. The research examines factors moderating affective convergence between people. Drawing on the literature on emotional mimicry, we argue that attitude similarity between a sender displaying affect and a receiver observing it influences the Prior kotwoska watching the films they rated their mood on explicit and implicit scales and read vignettes that presented the sender in a positive or negative light.
We expected that exposure to a likeable sender would lead to reactions concordant kaatarzyna his emotional expression assimilationwhereas exposure to a dislikeable sender would result in discordant reactions contrast.
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Sonjnja marked it as to-read Apr 06, The jotowska study investigates whether similarity in personality traits between a sender displaying affect and a receiver observing it influences the social induction of affect. Iga rated it really liked it Dec 25, Magda rated it it was amazing Jan 13, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Will I feel the way you do, because I like you?
The subjects who considered the sender attractive, caught his mood, whereas those who perceived him as unattractive, felt opposite to him. Anna rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Alina rated it liked it Jan 11, Books by Katarzyna Kotowska. Nov 02, Orbi Alter rated it really liked it Shelves: We hypothesized that exposure to a similar sender would Return to Book Page.
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Participants exposed to a sad sender, however, experienced concordant reactions regardless of attitude similarity. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Remember me on this computer. motowska
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Skip to main content. The results indicated that dispositional likeability influenced the social induction of affect when the sender expressed positive emotions. After the film their mood was rated again. Studies 1, 2 and 3 supported this reasoning by showing that similarity fostered, whereas dissimilarity blocked concordant reactions to a happy sender.
Similarity and liking in the social induction of affect.