- Response-style effects, response-shift bias, and a bogus-pipeline: A replication.
- Psychological Reports
- Volume | Issue number
- 62 | 1
- Pages (from-to)
- Document type
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Psychology Research Institute (PsyRes)
In an earlier study by the present authors (1987), a bogus-pipeline induction removed response-style effects in a self-reported pretest, and it was concluded that response-style effects in pretesting were a likely cause of response-shift bias. The present experiment, with 53 undergraduates, examined whether these results were stable and generalizable to a different educational training. Contrary to expectation, a bogus-pipeline induction did not lower self-reported preratings. A response shift did not occur in the bogus-pipeline or in the non-bogus-pipeline conditions. It is concluded that a construct not susceptible to removal of response-style effects was not susceptible to response-shift bias either
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