Laurent Waroquier
Laurent Waroquier
Université Clermont Auvergne
Verified email at uca.fr
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Nudging sustainable consumption: The use of descriptive norms to promote a minority behavior in a realistic online shopping environment
C Demarque, L Charalambides, DJ Hilton, L Waroquier
Journal of Environmental Psychology 43, 166-174, 2015
1552015
Is it better to think unconsciously or to trust your first impression? A reassessment of unconscious thought theory
L Waroquier, D Marchiori, O Klein, A Cleeremans
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (2), 111-118, 2010
912010
Is it better to think unconsciously or to trust your first impression? A reassessment of unconscious thought theory
L Waroquier, D Marchiori, O Klein, A Cleeremans
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (2), 111-118, 2010
912010
Methodological pitfalls of the unconscious thought paradigm
L Waroquier, D Marchiori, O Klein, A Cleeremans
Judgment and Decision Making 4 (7), 601-610, 2009
642009
Smaller food item sizes of snack foods influence reduced portions and caloric intake in young adults
D Marchiori, L Waroquier, O Klein
Journal of the American Dietetic Association 111 (5), 727-731, 2011
592011
Gist memory in the unconscious-thought effect
M Abadie, L Waroquier, P Terrier
Psychological Science 24 (7), 1253-1259, 2013
552013
A tax can nudge: The impact of an environmentally motivated bonus/malus fiscal system on transport preferences
D Hilton, L Charalambides, C Demarque, L Waroquier, C Raux
Journal of Economic Psychology 42, 17-27, 2014
392014
“Split them!” smaller item sizes of cookies lead to a decrease in energy intake in children
D Marchiori, L Waroquier, O Klein
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 44 (3), 251-255, 2012
392012
The role of gist and verbatim memory in complex decision making: Explaining the unconscious-thought effect.
M Abadie, L Waroquier, P Terrier
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 43 (5), 694, 2017
182017
The interplay between presentation material and decision mode for complex choice preferences
M Abadie, G Villejoubert, L Waroquier, F Vallee-Tourangeau
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (6), 682-691, 2013
112013
Information presentation format moderates the unconscious-thought effect: The role of recollection
M Abadie, L Waroquier, P Terrier
Memory 24 (8), 1123-1133, 2016
92016
To think or not think: A critique and reappraisal of Unconscious Thought Theory
A Cleeremans, L Waroquier, D Marchiori, O Klein
Book of Abstracts, 81-82, 2009
72009
The effect of the cognitive demands of the distraction task on unconscious thought
L Waroquier, M Abadie, O Klein, A Cleeremans
Behavioral and brain sciences 37 (1), 44, 2014
62014
Evaluating the benefits of conscious and unconscious thought in complex decision making
M Abadie, L Waroquier
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6 (1), 72-78, 2019
52019
Des «images dans la tête» à la «parole sauvage»: comment modéliser le rapport entre discours et cognition dans l'expression des stéréotypes sociaux?
O Klein, C Marchal, N Van Der Linden, S Pierucci, L Waroquier, ...
32011
Is unconscious thought more efficient than conscious thought when choosing among complex alternatives?
L Waroquier, D Marchiori, O Klein, A Cleeremans
Transfer of Knowledge Conference 10th European Social Cognition Network, 31, 2008
32008
De la difficulté de se débarrasser des ses habitudes mentales: les mécanismes cognitifs impliqués dans la persistance des stéréotypes
L Waroquier, O Klein, S Pohl
Psychologies des stéréotypes et préjugés, 2007
32007
Distinguishing the role of conscious and unconscious knowledge in evaluative conditioning
L Waroquier, M Abadie, Z Dienes
Cognition 205, 104460, 2020
22020
More of the same: The influence of temporal trends on stereotype endorsement.
L Waroquier, O Klein
Swiss Journal of Psychology 72 (1), 25, 2013
22013
More of the same: The influence of temporal trends on stereotype endorsement.
L Waroquier, O Klein
Swiss Journal of Psychology 72 (1), 25, 2013
22013
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