Rolf Reber
Rolf Reber
Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of Oslo
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Processing fluency and aesthetic pleasure: Is beauty in the perceiver's processing experience?
R Reber, N Schwarz, P Winkielman
Personality and Social Psychology Review 8 (4), 364-382, 2004
Effects of perceptual fluency on affective judgments
R Reber, P Winkielman, N Schwarz
Psychological Science 9 (1), 45-48, 1998
The hedonic marking of processing fluency: Implications for evaluative judgment
P Winkielman, N Schwarz, T Fazendeiro, R Reber
The psychology of evaluation: Affective processes in cognition and emotion …, 2003
Effects of perceptual fluency on judgments of truth
R Reber, N Schwarz
Consciousness and Cognition 8 (3), 338-342, 1999
Gaining insight into the “Aha” experience
S Topolinski, R Reber
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (6), 402-405, 2010
The artful mind meets art history: Toward a psycho-historical framework for the science of art appreciation
NJ Bullot, R Reber
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (2), 123-137, 2013
Connecting and separating mind-sets: Culture as situated cognition.
D Oyserman, N Sorensen, R Reber, SX Chen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97 (2), 217, 2009
Exploring “fringe” consciousness: The subjective experience of perceptual fluency and its objective bases
R Reber, P Wurtz, TD Zimmermann
Consciousness and Cognition 13 (1), 47-60, 2004
Forming judgments of attitude certainty, intensity, and importance: The role of subjective experiences
G Haddock, AJ Rothman, R Reber, N Schwarz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (7), 771-782, 1999
The epistemic status of processing fluency as source for judgments of truth
R Reber, C Unkelbach
Review of philosophy and psychology 1 (4), 563-581, 2010
Processing fluency, aesthetic pleasure, and culturally shared taste
R Reber
Aesthetic science: Connecting minds, brains, and experience, 223-249, 2012
Cognitive and affective consequences of visual fluency: When seeing is easy on the mind
P Winkielman, N Schwarz, R Reber, TA Fazendeiro
Persuasive imagery, 75-89, 2003
Supporting interest of middle school students in mathematics through context personalization and example choice
S Hřgheim, R Reber
Contemporary Educational Psychology 42, 17-25, 2015
Musical chords as affective priming context in a word-evaluation task
B Sollberger, R Reber, D Eckstein
Music Perception 20 (3), 263-282, 2003
The hot fringes of consciousness: Perceptual fluency and affect
R Reber, N Schwarz
Consciousness & emotion 2 (2), 223-231, 2001
Processing fluency in education: How metacognitive feelings shape learning, belief formation, and affect
R Reber, R Greifeneder
Educational Psychologist 52 (2), 84-103, 2017
Personalized education to increase interest
R Reber, EA Canning, JM Harackiewicz
Current directions in psychological science 27 (6), 449-454, 2018
Perceived truth of statements and simulated social media postings: An experimental investigation of source credibility, repeated exposure, and presentation format
L Nadarevic, R Reber, AJ Helmecke, D Köse
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 5, 1-16, 2020
Immediate truth–Temporal contiguity between a cognitive problem and its solution determines experienced veracity of the solution
S Topolinski, R Reber
Cognition 114 (1), 117-122, 2010
Critical Feeling: How to Use Feelings Strategically
R Reber
Cambridge University Press, 2016
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