Andrew L Luttrell
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Making it moral: Merely labeling an attitude as moral increases its strength
A Luttrell, RE Petty, P Briñol, BC Wagner
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 65, 82-93, 2016
Over-the-counter relief from pains and pleasures alike: Acetaminophen blunts evaluation sensitivity to both negative and positive stimuli
GRO Durso, A Luttrell, BM Way
Psychological science 26 (6), 750-758, 2015
Ambivalence and certainty can interact to predict attitude stability over time
A Luttrell, RE Petty, P Briñol
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 63, 56-68, 2016
Evaluations of self-focused versus other-focused arguments for social distancing: An extension of moral matching effects
A Luttrell, RE Petty
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (6), 946-954, 2021
Replicating and fixing failed replications: The case of need for cognition and argument quality
A Luttrell, RE Petty, M Xu
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 178-183, 2017
Challenging moral attitudes with moral messages
A Luttrell, A Philipp-Muller, RE Petty
Psychological Science 30 (8), 1136-1150, 2019
Attitude strength: Distinguishing predictors versus defining features
A Luttrell, V Sawicki
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 14 (8), e12555, 2020
Neural dissociations in attitude strength: Distinct regions of cingulate cortex track ambivalence and certainty.
A Luttrell, PE Stillman, AE Hasinski, WA Cunningham
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (4), 419, 2016
Metacognitive confidence: A neuroscience approach
A Luttrell, P Briñol, RE Petty, W Cunningham, D Díaz
International Journal of Social Psychology 28 (3), 317-332, 2013
Mindful Versus Mindless Thinking and Persuasion
A Luttrell, P Briñol, RE Petty
The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness, 258-278, 2014
The effects of elaboration on the strength of doping-related attitudes: Resistance to change and behavioral intentions
J Horcajo, A Luttrell
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 38 (3), 236-246, 2016
Persuasion amidst a pandemic: Insights from the Elaboration Likelihood Model
MW Susmann, M Xu, JK Clark, LE Wallace, KL Blankenship, ...
European Review of Social Psychology 33 (2), 323-359, 2022
Attitudes based on feelings: Fixed or fleeting?
MD Rocklage, A Luttrell
Psychological Science 32 (3), 364-380, 2021
WA Cunningham, A Luttrell
Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference 3, 235-239, 2015
The stability of moralized attitudes over time
A Luttrell, LCJ Togans
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (4), 551-564, 2021
Perceived knowledge moderates the relation between subjective ambivalence and the “impact” of attitudes: An attitude strength perspective
LE Wallace, KM Patton, A Luttrell, V Sawicki, LR Fabrigar, J Teeny, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (5), 709-722, 2020
The interactive effects of ambivalence and certainty on political opinion stability
A Luttrell, RE Petty, P Briñol
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 8 (2), 525-541, 2020
The measurement of racial colorblindness
BE Whitley Jr, A Luttrell, T Schultz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 49 (11), 1531-1551, 2023
Morality matters in the marketplace: The role of moral metacognition in consumer purchasing
A Luttrell, JD Teeny, RE Petty
Social Cognition 39 (3), 328-351, 2021
Changing impressions in competence-oriented domains: The primacy of morality endures
A Luttrell, S Sacchi, M Brambilla
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 98, 104246, 2022
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