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Abbreviation : EC
Long Form : evaluative conditioning
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Are there two independent evaluative conditioning effects in relational paradigms? Dissociating the effects of CS-US pairings and their meaning. ---
2020 Evaluative conditioning of artificial grammars: Evidence that subjectively-unconscious structures bias affective evaluations of novel stimuli. CS, US
2020 Evaluative conditioning with fear- and disgust-evoking stimuli: no evidence that they increase learning without explicit memory. ---
2020 Is there evidence for unaware evaluative conditioning in a valence contingency learning task? CL, VCT
2019 A Brief Mobile Evaluative Conditioning App to Reduce Body Dissatisfaction? A Pilot Study in University Women. ---
2019 A memory-based judgment account of expectancy-liking dissociations in evaluative conditioning. CS
2019 Contrast effects in backward evaluative conditioning: Exploring effects of affective relief/disappointment versus instructional information. CS, US
2019 Evaluative conditioning effects are modulated by the nature of contextual pairings. ---
2019 Evaluative conditioning of pattern-masked nonwords requires perceptual awareness. ---
10  2019 Godless by association: Deficits in trust mediate antiatheist stigma-by-association. ---
11  2019 In the eye of the drinker: Drinking motives influence the effectiveness of conditioning implicit alcohol attitudes. ---
12  2019 Of two minds about alcohol: Specific effects of evaluative conditioning on implicit, but not explicit, alcohol cognitions among heavy versus light drinkers. APE, HED
13  2019 Reducing body dissatisfaction by means of an evaluative conditioning procedure in undergraduate women: A replication study. ---
14  2019 Response production during extinction training is not sufficient for extinction of evaluative conditioning. CC
15  2019 The influence of misinformation manipulations on evaluative conditioning. ---
16  2018 Does evaluative conditioning depend on awareness? Evidence from a continuous flash suppression paradigm. CFS
17  2018 Evaluative conditioning: A brief computer-delivered intervention to reduce college student drinking. AUDIT, IAT, TLFB
18  2018 No evaluative conditioning effects with briefly presented stimuli. ---
19  2018 Of two minds or one? A registered replication of Rydell etal. (2006). ---
20  2018 Positive, negative, or all relative? Evaluative conditioning of ambivalence. ---
21  2018 Subjective, physiological, and behavioural responses towards evaluatively conditioned stimuli. US
22  2017 Distributed practice can boost evaluative conditioning by increasing memory for the stimulus pairs. ---
23  2017 Extinction of likes and dislikes: effects of feature-specific attention allocation. AMP
24  2017 Learning to Dislike Chocolate: Conditioning Negative Attitudes toward Chocolate and Its Effect on Chocolate Consumption. ---
25  2017 Online Evaluative Conditioning Did Not Alter Internalized Homonegativity or Self-Esteem in Gay Men. ---
26  2017 Propositional Versus Dual-Process Accounts of Evaluative Conditioning: I. The Effects of Co-Occurrence and Relational Information on Implicit and Explicit Evaluations. CS, US
27  2017 Subliminal influence on preferences? A test of evaluative conditioning for brief visual conditioned stimuli using auditory unconditioned stimuli. CS, US
28  2017 When congruence breeds preference: the influence of selective attention processes on evaluative conditioning. CS, US
29  2016 Can evaluative conditioning decrease soft drink consumption? ---
30  2016 Discriminative evaluative conditioning in the long-term after severe accidental injury. PTSD, RTs
31  2016 Evaluative conditioning increases with temporal contiguity. The influence of stimulus order and stimulus interval on evaluative conditioning. CS, US
32  2016 Generalization of evaluative conditioning toward foods: Increasing sensitivity to health in eating intentions. IMM, US
33  2016 Single-trial evaluative conditioning can be moderated by instructed forgetting. CS, US
34  2016 Subliminal evaluative conditioning? Above-chance CS identification may be necessary and insufficient for attitude learning. ---
35  2016 The Moderating Impact of Distal Regularities on the Effect of Stimulus Pairings. AARR, CBS, RFT
36  2015 Cue competition in evaluative conditioning as a function of the learning process. ---
37  2015 Dual-task interference in evaluative conditioning: Similarity matters! ---
38  2015 Effective behavioural strategies for reducing disgust in contamination-related OCD: A review. C-OCD, OCD, PC
39  2015 Improving Exercise Adherence and Physical Measures in English-Speaking Latina Women. HT, NC, PT
40  2015 Increasing condom use by changing people's feelings about them: An experimental study. ---
41  2015 Is evaluative conditioning really resistant to extinction? Evidence for changes in evaluative judgements without changes in evaluative representations. CS, US
42  2015 Is evaluative conditioning really uncontrollable? A comparative test of three emotion-focused strategies to prevent the acquisition of conditioned preferences. CS, US
43  2014 Can the formation of conditioned attitudes be intentionally controlled? CS, US
44  2014 Simultaneous conditioning of valence and arousal. CS, US
45  2014 The effect of evaluation on co-occurrence memory judgement. ---
46  2014 The role of awareness in attitude formation through evaluative conditioning. ---
47  2014 What is learned from repeated pairings? On the scope and generalizability of evaluative conditioning. CS
48  2014 When does relational information influence evaluative conditioning? ---
49  2013 Disgust propensity potentiates evaluative learning of aversion. DP, US
50  2013 Implicit misattribution of evaluative responses: contingency-unaware evaluative conditioning requires simultaneous stimulus presentations. ---
51  2013 The effect of comparative context on evaluative conditioning. ---
52  2012 Evaluative conditioning induces changes in sound valence. US
53  2012 Evaluative conditioning may occur with and without contingency awareness. ---
54  2012 Evaluative conditioning without directly experienced pairings of the conditioned and the unconditioned stimuli. ---
55  2012 Evidence for the role of cognitive resources in flavour-flavour evaluative conditioning. US
56  2012 Hating the cute kitten or loving the aggressive pit-bull: EC effects depend on CS-US relations. CSs
57  2011 Does evaluative learning rely on the perception of contingency?: manipulating contingency and US density during evaluative conditioning. ---
58  2011 Evaluative conditioning depends on higher order encoding processes. CS, US
59  2011 I like it because I said that I like it: evaluative conditioning effects can be based on stimulus-response learning. CS, US
60  2011 Implicit and explicit emotional behavior and mindfulness. RT
61  2011 Using aversive images to enhance healthy food choices and implicit attitudes: An experimental test of evaluative conditioning. ---
62  2011 What you see is what will change: evaluative conditioning effects depend on a focus on valence. ---
63  2010 Evaluative conditioning and conscious knowledge of contingencies: a correlational investigation with large samples. ---
64  2010 Evaluative conditioning in humans: a meta-analysis. ---
65  2010 Evaluative Conditioning: The "How" Question. ---
66  2010 I didn't feel like drinking but I don't know why: the effects of evaluative conditioning on alcohol-related attitudes, craving and behavior. ---
67  2009 A picture-flavour paradigm for studying complex conditioning processes in food preference learning. ---
68  2009 Evaluative conditioning may incur attentional costs. ---
69  2009 Evaluative learning with single versus multiple unconditioned stimuli: the role of contingency awareness. CS, US
70  2009 Implicit misattribution as a mechanism underlying evaluative conditioning. ---
71  2009 On the respective contributions of awareness of unconditioned stimulus valence and unconditioned stimulus identity in attitude formation through evaluative conditioning. CS-US
72  2007 Aware and (dis)liking: item-based analyses reveal that valence acquisition via evaluative conditioning emerges only when there is contingency awareness. ---
73  2006 Successful differential evaluative conditioning using simultaneous and trace conditioning procedures in the picture-picture paradigm. BSB, CS-UCS
74  2005 Associative learning of likes and dislikes: Some current controversies and possible ways forward. ---
75  2005 Dissociating the effects of attention and contingency awareness on evaluative conditioning effects in the visual paradigm. ---
76  2005 Evaluative conditioning in social psychology: Facts and speculations. ---
77  2005 Reactance in affective-evaluative learning: Outside of conscious control? ---
78  2005 Resistance to extinction of human evaluative conditioning using a between-subjects design. ---
79  2005 Using facial expressions as CSs and fearsome and disgusting pictures as UCSs: affective responding and evaluative learning of fear and disgust in blood-injection-injury phobia. ---
80  2001 When all is still concealed: are we closer to understanding the mechanisms underlying evaluative conditioning? S-R, S-S
81  2000 I like it, but I'm not sure why: can evaluative conditioning occur without conscious awareness? ---
82  1999 Reevaluating evaluative conditioning: a nonassociative explanation of conditioning effects in the visual evaluative conditioning paradigm. CS, UCS
83  1994 Is evaluative conditioning a qualitatively distinct form of classical conditioning? ---