Responsiveness as a Key Predictor of Happiness: Mechanisms and Unanswered Questions

Selçuk, Emre
Karagöbek, Ayşe Büşra
Günaydın, Gül


Response Time and Heart Rate in a Moral Dilemma
Oyediran, Olusegun A.; Rivas, M. Fernanda (American Psychological Association (APA), 2017-03-01)
Is altruism the intuitive behavior in a moral dilemma? Or is selfishness the spontaneous behavior? To answer this question, a dictator game was played in which measures of response time and heart rates were taken with treatments that slightly differ only in the cost associated with the choice of a selfish responding. We find that neither altruism nor egoism is an intuitive process for everyone; rather, altruism is intuitive for altruistic subjects while egoism is intuitive for selfish subjects so that when ...
Ceylan, Elif Hazal; ,; Department of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2021-10-14)
People are changing their jobs almost every 4 years. Everybody can find a job posting on the Internet. Furthermore, companies are using personality test for hiring processes and the candidates are generally reading the job descriptions before coming to the testing session. However, the priming effect is a known fact; therefore, reading job descriptions before the test might affect people’s responses. The current study aimed to examine the effect of reading job descriptions on response bias in personality te...
Response Variance Estimation in Personal Interview Surveys with Several Interviewer Allocation Schemes
Batmaz, İnci (2015-12-01)
Response Bias in Numerosity Perception at Early Judgments and Systematic Underestimation
Kılıç Özhan, Aslı (2020-11-19)
Response bias in numerosity perception at early judgments and systematic underestimation
Kılıç Özhan, Aslı (2021-09-01)
Mental number representation relies on mapping numerosity based on nonsymbolic stimuli to symbolic magnitudes. It is known that mental number representation builds on a logarithmic scale, and thus numerosity decisions result in underestimation. In the current study, we investigated the temporal dynamics of numerosity perception in four experiments by employing the response-deadline SAT procedure. We presented random number of dots and required participants to make a numerosity judgment by comparing the perc...
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E. Selçuk, A. B. Karagöbek, and G. Günaydın, Responsiveness as a Key Predictor of Happiness: Mechanisms and Unanswered Questions . 2018, p. 18.