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Journal of European Psychology Students
92 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Learned Avoidance in the Male Syrian Hamster: Investigating the Outcome of a Glucocorticoid Antagonist on Reconsolidation

    Haugsnes, Erik; Askew, Alicia (2015)
    In this experiment, we used our Conflict Alleyway Apparatus and a glucocorticoid antagonist, mifepristone, to investigate the role of glucocorticoids in the reconsolidation of learned avoidance in defeated male Syrian hamsters. Subjects were tested for memory deficits 48 hours and 96 hours after the drug/vehicle was administered. It were hypothesized that mifepristone administration would produce memory deficits when the defeat memory had been reactivated, and that this deficit would be prese...

    Construal Level Theory and Moral Judgments: How Thinking Abstractly Modifies Morality

    Erika Mårtensson (2017)
    Research based on construal level theory has shown that whether objects and events are construed as abstract or concrete is a major factor in influencing people’s moral judgments. The aim of this literature review is to describe and evaluate empirical research that has investigated the relationship between construal level and moral judgments. Although most reviewed studies show that abstract thinking leads to stronger moral judgments, inconsistencies exist and gaps in the literature remain. T...

    The Impact of Attention on Eyewitness Identification and Change Blindness

    Noelle Sammon; John Bogue (2015)
    The current study investigated whether differences exist in eyewitness identification and change blindness when manipulating attention. 126 undergraduate students were randomly assigned to either a full or divided attention group. Level of attention was found to be a significant predictor for accurate identification, χ2 (3, N = 126) = 1947, p .001. Additionally, there was a significant between-group difference on corre...

    What is Applicant Faking Behavior? A Review on the Current State of Theory and Modeling Techniques

    Kiefer, Christoph; Benit, Nils (2016)
    Socially desirable responding has become a central concept in research regarding applicants’ deliberate distortions in answering personality tests. Key findings based on this concept infer that such distortions do not impair the utility of personality measures for personnel selection. However, in recent years some scholars questioned the utility of social desirability itself as concept and introduced another 'applicant faking behavior'. This narrative review provides an overview and integrati...

    The Relationship Between Prosocial Music and Helping Behaviour and its Mediators: An Irish College Sample

    Kennedy, Patrick Edward (2013)
    Previous research based on the General Learning Model (GLM) found that exposure to prosocial music increased helping behaviour. The present research aimed to test the effects of prosocial music from current music charts and popular television series. An initial experiment determined the themes of four prosocial and four neutral songs; the second experiment then found that prosocial music significantly increased helping behavior, relative to neutral music. The findings indicated no statistical...
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