Embodied effects are moderated by situational cues: Warmth, threat, and the desire for affiliation
The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, Volume 54, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 291-305.
social cognitionembodied cognitionphysical warmthsocial affiliationthreat
Recent research demonstrates fundamental links between low-level bodily states and higher order psychological processes. How those links interact with the surrounding social context, however, is not well-understood. Findings from two experiments indicate that the psychological link between physical warmth and social affiliation depends on...More
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