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69 Cards in this Set

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Bruce 86
fam and unfam faces
fam speeds gender decisions and classification
no effects on emotion recog
Bryer 83
Prosopagnosic could recog emotions DD
Kuracz & Feldmar 79
Prosopagnosic affective agnosia
Hasselmo 1989
Brain areas (temp lobe)
some respond to diff faces
others to diff emotions
Bodwin 2000
RT fam and recog n/s fx smile is neutral
more false positive recognition and higher ratings famility for smilin faces
emotion does fx face recog
smilign = social cue so influence decision
Russell 94
darwin, bell and aristotle - emotion= universal
Allport and Kleinberg not universal
Ekman 92
7 basic emotions
Ekman & Friesen 71
cross cultural evidence of universality
Russel 94
recog better american than jap
bahinmo all caucasian expressions rated as angry
Ekman 72
universal fx
mediated by social norms
woodworth and scholsberg 54
circle- dimensions = pleasantness & reject attention
emotions are not on a continum
Calder 96
morphing - found cat per
pop cells tuned to specific emotions?
de gelder 97
cat per and slower decision and boundaries
less cat per (perception)
no "pop out"
Sprengelmayer et al
OCD no disgust
Mitchell & blair 2000
Psychopaths not recog fear or sadness
Robertson & Davidoff 2000
verbal interferance -ive fx cat perception
cat perception feature lang so dif between cultures
Woodworth scholsbergs 54 model
clusters = confused within not between
Gaze perception
B-C and Cross
used to draw conclusions mental states others
B-C et al 95 autistics
regulates turn taking soc interaction( (gaze perce)
Sinha 2000
brightness contrast impt det gaze direction
Woolaston 24
area around eyes important determining gaze direction
Anger & Nalini 2002
emotions universal better than chance
high accuracy same ethnic group
high prexposure decrease
majority (whites) have low emotion recog in minorities
cross cultural accurcy high in studies w imitation posed
Mesquita & Frijda 92
sim across cultures
Matsumoto 89
Russel 94
categories of emotion are specific
Schere & Wallbott 94
strong evidence universiality
Ekamn & Izard 71
photos of black americans- recog literate & preliterate across cultures - 6/7 basic emotions
Ferrel children
show empathy to woman crying
Mesquita & frijda
Ekman 72 - study lacks ecological validity
Ekman & Rosenberg 97
spontaneous emotion studies help
Russel 94
universiality studies critisised - forced choice and posed exressions- forced smile
Ekman 79
new guinea tribes
good universiality preliterate not as good as literates
Sorensen 75
Bahinemo tribes- all as angry
Izard 71
American and european groups correct w 75-83% Japenese 65% Asians 50%
Izard 71-
African group excluded as test not in native lang
Ducci m Arcuri Gorgis & sineshaw 87
Ethiopians 52% accuracy vs americans vs 83% using ekmans' photos
Why are there diffs in cultures?
Matsumoto 92
appropriateness of responese (lion jumping out)
Matsumoto 89
accuracy rates by country correlate w country variability
Matsumoto 92
some langs more equipt for express emotions
Mesquita + Frijda 92
increase recog accuracy w vocal expressions shown urgh!
Scherer 2001
inflexions across families may be cue for emotion
Scherer 2001
Germans - lang & emotion from german voice vs other cultures
germans best at which emotion
Rosenthal 79
high cross cultural exposure and low ingroup advantage for emotion
O'toole 96
experience and familiarity fx discrimination
Plutchick 84
emotion= physiological goal directed behavior
JAmes 1884
feedback of body to salient state
Clore & Ortony 2000
appraisal of emotion important
Philips 2003
see pic
Brothers & ring 93
cells in amy for faces and eyes
Olds & Milner 54
reward sites in brain - dopaminergic projections
Heimer & Alheid 91
monkeys nuccleus accumbens and anteroventral putamen and ventromedial caudate = site of reward
Zola- morgan
monkeys- amygadla - social inhibition
- absence of emotional motor
-absnece of emotional vocalisation
Gallager 90
no freezing in rats
Dubois 99
high blood flow circulation in amy due to familiar faces
Kawashima 99
indetection of eye gaze in amy
Philips 2001
fearful faces increase bloodflow amy
blair 99
sad faces increase bf
Breiter 96
happy faces increase bf to amy
Sprengelmeyer 96
disgust imparement in huntingdon's disease due to degeneration of caudate nuc
Morris & whalen 98
amy activation to fearful and angry- expressions w no conscious awarness
Lange 2003
if task related to facial expression amy increase bloodflow
Breiter 96
happy faces increase bf to amy
calder 2001
focal insular lesion - recognition of facial and vocal disgust changed
Lange 2003
if task related to facial expression amy increase bloodflow
Hariri 2000
high blood flow to dorsolateral prefrontal cortex to -ive and +ive facial expression in explicit and implicit emotion labelling task
Berthoz & Blair 2002
PET study meta-analy :