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Hedonic Adaptation and Mere Exposure - Your Predictions About Replicability

Study ID sspp-2020-0019-v1

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Project Hedonic Adaptation and Mere Exposure
Study ID sspp-2020-0019-v1
Study Title Hedonic Adaptation and Mere Exposure - Your Predictions About Replicability
Authors Kellen Mrkva
Completion Time 5 Minutes
Close Date May 31, 2021
Discipline Psychology
Field Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Behavioural Science
Country United States
Abstract
1-2 minute survey of your predictions. What happens when people are repeatedly exposed to the same image? Research on "Hedonic Adaptation" or "Satiation" suggests people's evaluations of images become more neutral the more they are exposed to these images. In contrast, research on the "Mere Exposure Effect" suggests people's evaluations of images become more positive or extreme (less neutral) the more they are exposed to them. What do you think happens when people are repeatedly exposed to images?


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Citation
Kellen Mrkva. 2020. "Hedonic Adaptation and Mere Exposure - Your Predictions About Replicability." Social Science Prediction Platform. December 22. https://socialscienceprediction.org/s/4dezae