温度对个人决策中情感预测的影响研究
The Influence of Temperature on the Individual Decision in Affective Forecasting

作者: 刘 悦 :鲁东大学教育科学学院,山东 烟台 ;

关键词: 情感预测温度具身性Affective Forecasting Temperature Embodiment

摘要:
为了考察温度对个人决策中情感预测的影响,本研究通过启动实验,启动被试冷和暖的感受体验。接着让被试对未来积极事件和消极事件进行情感预测,然后进行决策任务,随机反馈成功或者失败后,被试进行情感体验。然后比较不同启动条件下被试的情感预测以及情感预测偏差的差异。结果表明:实验操作能成功启动被试对冷和热的感受。相较于冷感受下的被试,处于暖感受下的被试,会高估自己预测未来积极事件和消极事件的情绪强度。

Abstract: The study is designed to investigate the influence of temperature on the individual decision in af-fective forecasting. By the priming experiment, participant can feel cold or warm. Then, we let the participant predict the emotion in positive and negative future events, and finish decision tasks. After we feedback success or failure randomly, the participant answers the affective experiences questionnaire. The next is to compare differences of affective forecasting and affective forecasting bias in priming conditions. The results showed that: experimental operation can prime the feelings of cold and warmth successfully. Compared with the participant of cold feeling, the participant of warm feelings will overestimate their emotional intensity in positive and negative events.

文章引用: 刘 悦 (2016) 温度对个人决策中情感预测的影响研究。 心理学进展, 6, 884-889. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.68113

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