Richard A. Klein
University of Grenoble
ThermoregulationCombinatoricsData miningReplication (statistics)EngineeringWorld Wide WebPsychologyArchaeologyWorkflowCognitive psychologyComputer science
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#1Elisa Sarda (UGA: University of Grenoble)H-Index: 3
#2Richard A. Klein (UGA: University of Grenoble)H-Index: 8
Last. Hans IJzerman (Institut Universitaire de France)
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Previous studies have indicated that temperature regulation is related to social behavior (for an overview, see IJzerman et al., 2015; IJzerman & Hogerzeil, 2017). However, precise causal relationships between temperature and social behaviors are unclear. These links may be better understood by frequently measuring temperature in daily life and mapping those measurements onto social behaviors. The primary purpose of the present study was to enable such studies by validating a new wireless temper...
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#1Rodrigo C. VergaraH-Index: 8
Last. Hans IJzermanH-Index: 23
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#2Corey L. CookH-Index: 6
Last. Kate A. RatliffH-Index: 16
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#1Rodrigo C. Vergara (University of Chile)H-Index: 8
#2Cristóbal Hernández (UAI: Adolfo Ibáñez University)H-Index: 2
Last. Hans IJzermanH-Index: 23
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Attachment theory was built around the idea that infants rely on others to survive, and it is often forgotten that survival hinged on coping with environmental demands. Adult attachment reports have instead been organized around people’s subjective experience of safety and security in relationships. To resolve the gap between infant’s physical needs and adult attachment experiences, we made a first step by developing the Social Thermoregulation and Risk Avoidance Questionnaire (STRAQ-1) in 12 co...
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#1Morgan Conway (WRAIR: Walter Reed Army Institute of Research)H-Index: 1
#2Brian O'Shea (Harvard University)H-Index: 2
Last. Kate A. Ratliff (UF: University of Florida)H-Index: 16
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Detecting careless responding has the potential to improve the quality of data obtained from research participants. In three samples (ns = 570, 602, 210), we used multiple indices of careless responding to predict the strength of implicit and explicit attitudes formed toward novel social groups as well as error rates on the Implicit Association Test (IAT; Greenwald, McGhee, & Schwartz, 1998). We tested each measure of careless responding on its own, simultaneously with other predictors, and with...
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#1Richard A. Klein (UGA: University of Grenoble)H-Index: 8
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