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Comparison processes in social judgment: Mechanisms and consequences.
Psychological Review (2003)
Explaining the Enigmatic Anchoring Effect: Mechanisms of Selective Accessibility
Fritz Strack;Thomas Mussweiler.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1997)
First offers as anchors: The role of perspective-taking and negotiator focus.
Adam D. Galinsky;Thomas Mussweiler.
Playing Dice With Criminal Sentences: The Influence of Irrelevant Anchors on Experts’ Judicial Decision Making
Birte Englich;Thomas Mussweiler;Fritz Strack.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2006)
Hypothesis-consistent testing and semantic priming in the anchoring paradigm: A selective accessibility model.
Thomas Mussweiler;Fritz Strack.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1999)
Overcoming the Inevitable Anchoring Effect: Considering the Opposite Compensates for Selective Accessibility
Thomas Mussweiler;Fritz Strack;Tim Pfeiffer.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2000)
Sentencing Under Uncertainty: Anchoring Effects in the Courtroom1
Birte Enough;Thomas Mussweiler.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2001)
The ups and downs of social comparison: mechanisms of assimilation and contrast
Thomas Mussweiler;Katja Rüter;Kai Epstude.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2004)
Social comparison: Motives, standards, and mechanisms.
Katja Corcoran;Jan Crusius;Thomas Mussweiler;Thomas Mussweiler.
Keep Your Fingers Crossed! How Superstition Improves Performance
Lysann Damisch;Barbara Stoberock;Thomas Mussweiler.
Psychological Science (2010)
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