Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Science (MS)
Matthew P. Winslow
Jonathan S. Gore
Todd et al., (2011) found support for the hypothesis that participants primed with a difference mind-set were more likely to spontaneously adopt an other-oriented visual perspective than participants primed with a similarity mind-set or participants in a control condition. The current study was an attempt to directly replicate this finding using American and German samples collected via Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. The project utilized the ‘Replication Recipe’ (Brandt et. al, 2014) to facilitate the replication process and set the conditions necessary for replication access. The replication was deemed inconclusive; possible explanations are discussed.
Copyright 2016 Cassie Marie Whitt
Whitt, Cassie Marie, "When Focusing on Differences Leads to Similar Perspectives: A Replication Study of Todd, Hanko, Galinsky, and Mussweiler (2011)" (2016). Online Theses and Dissertations. 446.