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Timing affect: Dimension-specific time-based expectancy for affect

Thomaschke, Roland ; Bogon, Johanna ; Dreisbach, Gesine


Affective information in our environment is often predictable by time; for example, positive answers are typically given faster than negative ones. Here we demonstrate, for the first time, that humans can implicitly adapt to time-based affect predictability. Participants were asked to categorize words, with the words' irrelevant valences being predictable by the timing of their occurrence. ...


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