Original Studies for Your IA
All the information you need about 15 fascinating studies that you can choose to replicate for your IA (even online).
Roediger and McDermott (1995)
Can automatic associations lead to false memories in the form of false recognition?
Bruner and Minturn (1955)
Do we see things as they are, or as we expect them to be?
Ecker et alia (2011)
Can false information still influence our judgment after it has been corrected?
Hasher and Goldstein (1977)
If we are told something often enough, will we believe it?
Latané et alia (1979)
Do we put in measurably less effort in a task when we perform it as a group?
Iyengar and Lepper (2000)
Does an increased number of options decrease our satisfaction with our choices?
Strack, Stepper and Martin (1988)
Can the mere act of smiling improve our mood?
Is cramming less effective than spaced study sessions?
Walker and Vul (2013)
Do we look more attractive when we are in a group?
Trussler and Soroka (2014)
Are we more interested in negative than in positive news coverage?
McGlone and Tofighbakhsh (1999)
Are we more likely to find a statement accurate simply because it rhymes?
Locke and Bryan (1966)
Can specific and difficult goals increase our motivation and performance?