Interference among the Processing of Facial Emotion, Face Race, and Face Gender

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Li, Yongna; Tse, Chi-Shing;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
  • Journal: Frontiers in Psychology,volume 7 (issn: 1664-1078, eissn: 1664-1078)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01700, pmc: PMC5084477
  • Subject: face perception | facial emotion | Psychology | gender | race | Original Research | face processing
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People can process multiple dimensions of facial properties simultaneously. Facial processing models are based on the processing of facial properties. The current study examined the processing of facial emotion, face race, and face gender using categorization tasks. The... View more
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