ATTITUDINAL EFFECTS OF MERE EXPOSURE ZAJONC PDF

Record – The Attitudinal Effects of Mere Exposure . Subsequently Zajonc (), using the theory of Hull-Spence (), extended Triplett’s (). Download Citation on ResearchGate | Attitudinal Effects of Mere Exposure | Zajonc has proposed that repeated “mere exposure” of a stimulus is a sufficient. Zajonc conducted four experiments, each of which provided overwhelming to strong support for the hypothesis that mere repeated exposure of The mere exposure effect is well established at this point. Attitudinal effects of mere exposure.

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Mere Exposure Effect

Zajonc conducted four experiments, each of which provided overwhelming to strong support for the hypothesis that mere repeated exposure of an individual to a stimulus object enhances his or her attitude toward it.

For example, in experiment 3, subjects were shown nonsense symbols that resembled Chinese characters. Each character was shown from 0—25 times. The subjects were then asked to rate how they felt about each character.

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Eleven out of twelve times, the character was liked better when it was in the high frequency category.

The mere exposure effect is well established at this point. Exlosure study does, however, raise questions as to the limitations of exposure. Does this work in all situations? At what point does exposure not help with positive feeling? Does it matter what the intervals are of the exposure?

The mere exposure effect is an example of how irrational we can be. In no exposrue does mere exposure mean that something is more trustworthy or deserving of positive feelings.

Mere Exposure Effect

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