Seta, John J.

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Does lateral attention affect health behavior?: investigating hemispheric influences in framed health messages. 2010 1277 The current study was designed to test whether the systematic/contextual perspective would successfully account for lateralized responses to framed health messages. Accordingly, gain or loss framed messages promoting sunscreen use were presented to p...
Back to the future: how future choices impact current satisfaction 2010 934 Experiment 1 tested whether the number of solutions to a proposed policy that did or did not have a direct impact on participants would influence their current satisfaction. Diverse relative to limited future choices enhanced current satisfaction whe...
Hemispheric differences in color perception: relative versus absolute frequency levels, implications and possible applications 2013 1411 Four experiments tested a proposed extension of Double Filtering by Frequency theory by examining whether the left and right hemispheres of the human brain are differentially sensitive to high and low electromagnetic frequencies, respectively, and wh...
A comparison of drive, cognitive-attentional, and cybernetic models of test anxiety and social facilitation 1983 136 Twenty high- and twenty low-test-anxious females performed a paired-associates task either alone or in the presence of an evaluative audience. One purpose of the study was to compare predictions generated from Zajonc's drive theory, Wine's cognitive-...
Retrospective discounting and augmenting in an overjustification procedure 1983 98 Salient reward procedures can lead to decrements in the subsequent value or intrinsic motivation for an interesting target activity. Attributional analyses explain this phenomenon in terms of discounting: performing an interesting activity for an inc...
Categorization and differentiation : a set, re-set, comparison analysis of the effects of context on person perception 1983 79 The prevailing conceptualizations of the impression formation process were discussed in terms of their ability to account for a number of judgmental shifts. The paper suggested that these conceptualizations were incomplete regarding their accounts of...
Impact averaging and social facilitation : the effects of a heterogeneous audience on anxiety and task performance 1988 8 Evaluation apprehension approaches to social facilitation have long contended that increasing audience size should either increase or have no effect on evaluation apprehension or anxiety. Changes in evaluation apprehension are generally inferred from...
Procedural justice in dispute resolution : effects of interrelatedness, trust and penalty on procedural preferences 1989 7 Five studies were conducted to (1) determine the roles which degree of interrelatedness (multiplex or simplex), level of trust (trusting and nontrusting), and size of penalty play in procedural preferences and to (2) investigate the use of the labora...
Evaluative feedback and the need for cognition 1992 6 Research in social psychology has shown that individuals differ in the way they process information. For example, a central processing approach, consisting of an analytic consideration of relevant arguments, characterizes people high in need for cogn...
Factors affecting the self-esteem hypothesis : self-serving biases in the intergroup situation 1995 4 The purpose of this research was to assess whether an individual's engagement of self-serving strategies was dependent upon (a) one's level of self-esteem, (b) the stability of one's self-esteem, and (c) the relevance or importance of the evaluative ...