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Neural Processing of Fearful and Happy Facial Expressions: Effects of Fixation to Facial Features and Task Demands
(University of Waterloo, 2015-11-25)
The current literature regarding the time course of facial expression processing is inconsistent and early emotion effects are debated. Facial expressions are well-known to be characterized by “diagnostic” facial features ...
The use of facial features in facial expression discrimination
(University of Waterloo, 2012-02-27)
The present four studies are the first to examine the effect of presentation time on accurate facial expression discrimination while concurrently using eye movement monitoring to ensure fixation to specific features during ...
Attention orienting by gaze and facial expressions across development
Processing of facial expressions has been shown to potentiate orienting of attention toward the direction signaled by gaze in adults, an important social-cognitive function. However, little is known about how this social ...