Comfortably warm: A momentary lapse of reaffiliation after exclusion

    Journal of experimental psychology. General, Volume 147, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 1154-1169.

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    Abstract:

    Experiencing the tactile sensation of warmth can affect cognition and behavior across a variety of domains, including affiliation, aggression, and consumer choice. Yet few investigations have provided a theoretical rationale for when and why such effects occur. Five experiments tested the hypothesis that the tactile experience of warmth c...More

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