- Vicarious viewing time: prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets as a function of task- or stimulus-specific processingRoland Imhoff
Social and Legal Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Bonn, Kaiser Karl Ring 9, 53111, Bonn, Germany
Arch Sex Behav 41:1389-401. 2012..This pattern suggests that, when viewing time measures are used for the assessment of sexual interest, it should be taken into consideration that response latency patterns can be biased by judging images from a selected perspective...
- Ongoing victim suffering increases prejudice: the case of secondary anti-semitismRoland Imhoff
Department of Social and Legal Psychology, University of Bonn, Social and Legal Psychology, Kaiser Karl Ring 9, Bonn 5311, Germany
Psychol Sci 20:1443-7. 2009..The validity of the BPL manipulation was confirmed by the finding that it moderated the relation between explicit and implicit anti-Semitism, as measured with an affect misattribution procedure...
- Viewing time effects revisited: prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets under restricted task conditionsRoland Imhoff
Social and Legal Psychology, University of Bonn, Kaiser Karl Ring 9, Bonn, Germany
Arch Sex Behav 39:1275-88. 2010..Mate identification and schematic processes are discussed as the remaining plausible mechanisms for prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets under restricted conditions...
- An inkblot for sexual preference: a semantic variant of the Affect Misattribution ProcedureRoland Imhoff
University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
Cogn Emot 25:676-90. 2011..In two further studies, the hypothesised pattern was replicated whereas a standard AMP with the identical prime stimuli did not produce this result. The potential usefulness of semantic variants of the AMP is discussed...
- Facing Europe: visualizing spontaneous in-group projectionRoland Imhoff
Department of Psychology, University of Bonn, Germany
Psychol Sci 22:1583-90. 2011..Implications for the in-group projection model, as well as for the applicability of reverse-correlation paradigms, are discussed...