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Personen

Anne Gast

Vorstandsmitglied
Gender-Beauftragte

Publikationen (seit 2014)

2020

Alves, H. Högden, F., Gast, A., Aust, F., & Unkelbach, C. 2020.

"Attitudes from mere co-occurrences are guided by differentiation." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Benedict, T., & Gast, A. 2020.

"Evaluative conditioning with fear- and disgust-evoking stimuli: No evidence that they increase learning without explicit memory.” Cognition and Emotion.

Gast, A., Richter, J., & Ruszpel, B. 2020.

"Is there evidence for unaware evaluative conditioning in a valence contingency learning task?” Cognition and Emotion.

Lammers, J., Crusius, J., & Gast, A. 2020.

"Correcting misperceptions of exponential coronavirus growth increases support for social distancing." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 202006048.

Ruszpel, B., & Gast, A. 2020.

"Memory and preparedness in evaluative conditioning in a smell-taste paradigm. A registered report.” Cognition and Emotion.

Van Dessel, P., Cone, J., Gast, A. & Houwer, J. D. 2020.

"The Impact of Valenced Verbal Information on Implicit and Explicit Evaluation: The Role of Information Diagnosticity, Primacy, and Memory Cueing." Cognition and Emotion.

Van Dessel, P., De Houwer, J., Gast, A., Roets, A., & Smith, C. T. 2020.

"On the effectiveness of approach-avoidance instructions and training for changing evaluations of social groups.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
2019

Benedict, T., Richter, J. & Gast, A. 2019.

"The Influence of Misinformation Manipulations on Evaluative Conditioning." Acta Psychologica, 194, 28-36.

Fleischmann, A., & Gast, A. 2019.

"Editorial Gender Special Issue: Männer können nicht zuhören, Frauen können nicht einparken? Psychologische Forschung zu Geschlechterunterschieden und -stereotypen." Das In-Mind Magazin, 10 (1).
2018

Gast, A. 2018.

"A Declarative Memory Model of Evaluative Conditioning." Social Psychological Bulletin, 13(3).

Lammers, J., Gast, A., Unkelbach, C. & Galinsky, A. D. 2018.

"Moral Character Impression Formation Depends on the Valence Homogeneity of the Context." Social Psychological and Personality Science.
2017

Lammers, J. & Gast, A. 2017.

"Stressing the Advantages of Female Leadership Can Place Women at a Disadvantage." Social Psychology, 48, 28-39.

Richter, J., & Gast, A. 2017.

"Distributed Practice Can Boost Evaluative Conditioning by Increasing Memory for the Stimulus Pairs." Acta Psychologica, 179, 1–13.
2016

Gast, A. & Kattner, F. 2016.

"Single-Trial Evaluative Conditioning Can Be Moderated by Instructed Forgetting.” Learning & Behavior, 44(3), 260 -269.

Gast, A., Langer, S. & Sengewald, M.-A. 2016.

"Evaluative Conditioning Increases with Temporal Contiguity. The Influence of Stimulus Order and Stimulus Interval on Evaluative Conditioning. " Acta Psychologica, 170, 177-185.

van Dessel, P., De Houwer, J. & Gast, A. 2016.

"Approach–Avoidance Training Effects Are Moderated by Awareness of Stimulus–Action Contingencies.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42(1), 81-93.

van Dessel, P., De Houwer, J., Gast, A., Smith, C. T. & De Schryver, M. 2016

"Instructing Implicit Processes: When Instructions to Approach or Avoid Influence Implicit but not Explicit Evaluation.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 63, 1-9.

van Dessel, P., De Houwer, J., Roets, A. & Gast, A. 2016.

"Failures to Change Stimulus Evaluations by Means of Subliminal Approach and Avoidance Training.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110(1), e1-e15.
2015

Gawronski, B., Gast, A. & De Houwer, J. 2015.

"Is Evaluative Conditioning Really Resistant to Extinction? Evidence for Changes in Evaluative Judgments without Changes in Evaluative Representations." Cognition and Emotion, 29(5), 816-830.

Gawronski, B., Gast, A. & De Houwer, J. 2015.

"Is Evaluative Conditioning Really Resistant to Extinction? Evidence for Changes in Evaluative Judgments Without Changes in Evaluative Representations." Cognition and Emotion, 29(5). 816-830.

van Dessel, P., De Houwer, J., Gast, A. & Smith, C. T. 2015.

"Instruction-Based Approach-Avoidance Effects: Changing Stimulus Evaluation via the Mere Instruction to Approach or Avoid Stimuli." Experimental Psychology, 62(3), 161-169.
2014

Gast, A. 2014.

"What Is Learned, and When? Commentary on “The Musical Stroop Effect: Opening a New Avenue to Research on Automatisms" by L. Grégoire, D. Perruchet, and B. Poulin-Charronnat.” Experimental Psychology, 2013, 60, 269-278.

Högden, F., Haaf, J. & Gast, A. 2014.

"Is Extinction in Evaluative Conditioning Context-Dependent?” Poster presented at the Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Gießen, Germany.

Spruyt, A., Klauer, K. C., Gast, A., De Schryver, M. & De Houwer, J. 2014.

"Feature-Specific Attention Allocation Modulates the Generalization of Recently Acquired Likes and Dislikes.” Experimental Psychology, 61, 85–98.

Zanon, R., De Houwer, J., Gast, A. & Smith, C. T. 2014.

"When Does Relational Information Influence Evaluative Conditioning?” The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(11), 2105-2122.

In den Medien

BBC Future, 13.08.2020 | David Robson

„A simple mathematical mistake may explain why many people underestimate the dangers of coronavirus, shunning social distancing, masks and hand-washing. […] In March, Joris Lammers at the University of Bremen in Germany joined forces with Jan Crusius and Anne Gast at the University of Cologne to roll out online surveys questioning people about the potential spread of the disease. Their results showed that the exponential growth bias was prevalent in people’s understanding of the virus’s spread, with most people vastly underestimating the rate of increase.“

Link zum Artikel: https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200812-exponential-growth-bias-the-numerical-error-behind-covid-19