Anne Gast
Anne Gast
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TitleCited byYear
Minimizing the influence of recoding in the implicit association test: The recoding-free implicit association test (IAT-RF)
K Rothermund, S Teige-Mocigemba, A Gast, D Wentura
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (1), 84-98, 2009
1242009
Approach–avoidance training effects are moderated by awareness of stimulus–action contingencies
P Van Dessel, J De Houwer, A Gast
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (1), 81-93, 2016
89*2016
Cognitive processes in associative and categorical priming: A diffusion model analysis.
A Voss, K Rothermund, A Gast, D Wentura
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (2), 536, 2013
732013
Incongruency effects in affective processing: Automatic motivational counter-regulation or mismatch-induced salience?
K Rothermund, A Gast, D Wentura
Cognition and Emotion 25 (3), 413-425, 2011
732011
Evaluative conditioning: Recent developments and future directions
A Gast, B Gawronski, J De Houwer
Learning and Motivation 43 (3), 79-88, 2012
712012
When does relational information influence evaluative conditioning?
R Zanon, J De Houwer, A Gast, CT Smith
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (11), 2105-2122, 2014
602014
What you see is what will change: Evaluative conditioning effects depend on a focus on valence
A Gast, K Rothermund
Cognition and Emotion 25 (1), 89-110, 2011
602011
Context effects in evaluative conditioning of implicit evaluations
R Zanon, J De Houwer, A Gast
Learning and Motivation 43 (3), 155-165, 2012
492012
Evaluative conditioning without directly experienced pairings of the conditioned and the unconditioned stimuli
A Gast, J De Houwer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (9), 1657-1674, 2012
482012
Is evaluative conditioning really resistant to extinction? Evidence for changes in evaluative judgements without changes in evaluative representations
B Gawronski, A Gast, J De Houwer
Cognition and Emotion 29 (5), 816-830, 2015
432015
The influence of extinction and counterconditioning instructions on evaluative conditioning effects
A Gast, J De Houwer
Learning and Motivation 44 (4), 312-325, 2013
392013
When old and frail is not the same: Dissociating category and stimulus effects in four implicit attitude measurement methods
A Gast, K Rothermund
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (3), 479-498, 2010
39*2010
Instruction-based approach-avoidance effects
P Van Dessel, J De Houwer, A Gast, CT Smith
Experimental Psychology, 2015
382015
I like it because I said that I like it: Evaluative conditioning effects can be based on stimulus-response learning.
A Gast, K Rothermund
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (4), 466, 2011
352011
Evaluative conditioning can be modulated by memory of the CS–US pairings at the time of testing
A Gast, J De Houwer, M De Schryver
Learning and Motivation 43 (3), 116-126, 2012
332012
“Although Quite Nice, I Was Somehow Not Attracted by That Person” Attitudes Toward Romantically Committed Opposite-Sex Others Are Immune to Positive Evaluative Conditioning
N Koranyi, A Gast, K Rothermund
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (4), 403-410, 2013
182013
Stressing the advantages of female leadership can place women at a disadvantage
J Lammers, A Gast
Social Psychology, 2017
122017
Feature-specific attention allocation modulates the generalization of recently acquired likes and dislikes
A Spruyt, KC Klauer, A Gast, M De Schryver, J De Houwer
Experimental psychology, 2014
112014
A declarative memory model of evaluative conditioning
A Gast
Social Psychological Bulletin 13 (2), 1-23, 2018
102018
Single-trial evaluative conditioning can be moderated by instructed forgetting
A Gast, F Kattner
Learning & behavior 44 (3), 260-269, 2016
102016
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