- I'm no longer torn after choice: how explicit choices implicitly shape preferences of odorsGeraldine Coppin
Laboratory for the Study of Emotion Elicitation and Expression, Department of Psychology, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Psychol Sci 21:489-93. 2010..This finding rules out any explanation of postchoice preference changes in terms of experimental demand and strongly challenges the classical cognitive-dissonance-reduction account of such preference changes...
- When flexibility is stable: implicit long-term shaping of olfactory preferencesGeraldine Coppin
Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, and the Laboratory for the Study of Emotion Elicitation and Expression, Department of Psychology, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
PLoS ONE 7:e37857. 2012..These results bring a new argument to the idea that postchoice preference modulation could rely on implicit mechanisms, and are consistent with the recent proposal that cognitive dissonance reduction could to some extent be implicit...
- Choice both affects and reflects preferencesGeraldine Coppin
a Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland
Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 67:1415-27. 2014..In two studies using different stimulus material (faces and odours), we find that choice has a robust modulatory impact on preferences for rejected odours, but not for chosen odours and not for faces. ..
- Sequential unfolding of novelty and pleasantness appraisals of odors: evidence from facial electromyography and autonomic reactionsSylvain Delplanque
Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva
Emotion 9:316-28. 2009..Later effects on facial muscles and heart rate were related to pleasantness evaluation. This study is the first to demonstrate the existence of a sequence of appraisal checks for odors eliciting emotional reaction...