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|Title:||The role of question type and knowledge in anchoring effect|
|Authors:||Chang Y. F.;顏乃欣;Chung H. K.;Chen K. H.|
|Contributors:||Associtation for Psychological Science|
|Issue Date:||2008-12-29 15:41:19 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||The anchoring effects of different types of question (self-generated-anchoring question and concept-activation question) and different levels of knowledge are examined when an anchor is provided by the experimenter. It is found that the anchoring effect was greater at concept-activation questions than at self-generated-anchoring questions.|
|Relation:||The 19th annual conventionof the Associtation for Psychological Science|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Psychology] Proceedings|
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