Rita Silva

Publikationen (seit 2014)


Garcia-Marques, T., Silva, R. R., Mello, J. & Hansen, J. 2019.

"Relative to What? Dynamic Updating of Fluency Standards and Between-Participants Illusions of Truth." Acta Psychologica, 195, 71-79.

Silva, R. R., Koch, M.-L., Rickers, K., Kreuzer, G. & Topolinski, S. 2019.

"The Tinder™ Stamp: Perceived Trustworthiness of Online Daters and Its Persistence in Neutral Contexts." Computers in Human Behavior, 94, 45-55.

Unkelbach, C., Koch, A. S., Silva, R. R. & Garcia-Marques, T. 2019.

"Truth by Repetition: Explanations and Implications." Current Directions in Psychological Science, 28(3), 247-253.

Daniel, J. R., Silva, R. R., & Santos, A. J. 2018.

"Network structure predicts changes in perception accuracy of social relationships." Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2348.

Silva, R. R., & Topolinski, S. 2018.

"My username is IN! The influence of inward vs. outward wandering usernames on judgments of online seller trustworthiness." Psychology & Marketing, 35, 307–319.

Daniel, J. R., Silva, R. R., Santos, A. J., Cardoso, J., Coelho, L., Freitas, M., & Ribeiro, O. 2017.

"Perception accuracy of affiliative relationships in elementary school children and young adolescents." Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1936.

Silva, R. R., Garcia-Marques, T. & Reber, R. 2017.

"The Informative Value of Type of Repetition: Perceptual and Conceptual Fluency Influences on Judgments of Truth." Consciousness and Cognition, 51, 53-67.

Silva, R. R., Chrobot, N., Newman, E., Schwarz, N., & Topolinski, S. 2017.

"Make it short and easy: Username complexity determines trustworthiness above and beyond objective reputation." Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2200.

Garcia-Marques, T., Silva, R. R. & Mello, J. 2016.

"Judging the Truth-Value of a Statement In and Out of a Deep Processing Context.” Social Cognition, 34(1), 40-54.

Prada, M., Rodrigues, D., Silva, R. R. & Garrido, M. V. 2016.

"Lisbon Symbol Database (LSD): Subjective Norms for 600 Symbols.” Behavior Research Methods, 48, 1370–1382.

Silva, R. R., Garcia-Marques, T. & Mello, J. 2016.

"The Differential Effects of Fluency Due to Repetition and Fluency Due to Color Contrast on Judgments of Truth.” Psychological Research, 80(5), 821-837.

Garcia-Marques, T., Silva, R. R., Reber, R. & Unkelbach, C. 2015.

"Hearing a Statement Now and Believing the Opposite Later." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 56, 126-129.