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Apparent Universality of Positive Implicit Self-Esteem
The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study found that even though children from all East Asian countries outperformed American children, American students reported higherExpand
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Older adults' decoding of emotions: role of dynamic versus static cues and age-related cognitive decline.
Although age-related deficits in emotion recognition have been widely explored, the nature and scope of these deficits remain poorly understood. We conducted two experiments to examine whether theseExpand
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Memory for contextual details: effects of emotion and aging.
When individuals are confronted with a complex visual scene that includes some emotional element, memory for the emotional component often is enhanced, whereas memory for peripheral (nonemotional)Expand
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Accuracy and consensus in judgments of trustworthiness from faces: behavioral and neural correlates.
Perceivers' inferences about individuals based on their faces often show high interrater consensus and can even accurately predict behavior in some domains. Here we investigated the consensus andExpand
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The good, the bad, and the ugly: An fMRI investigation of the functional anatomic correlates of stigma
Abstract Social interactions require fast and efficient person perception, which is best achieved through the process of categorization. However, this process can produce pernicious outcomes,Expand
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The Negative Consequences of Threat
This study used functional magnetic resonance imaging to identify the neural structures associated with women's underperformance on math tasks. Although women in a control condition recruited neuralExpand
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Puzzling thoughts for H. M.: can new semantic information be anchored to old semantic memories?
Researchers currently debate whether new semantic knowledge can be learned and retrieved despite extensive damage to medial temporal lobe (MTL) structures. The authors explored whether H. M., aExpand
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Memories of an Emotional and a Nonemotional Event: Effects of Aging and Delay Interval
ABSTRACT The present study compared the memory of young and older adults for details pertaining to two public events of close temporal proximity but varying emotional import—the Columbia shuttleExpand
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Dynamic neural mechanisms underlie race disparities in social cognition
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We used fMRI to disentangle dynamic neural mechanisms predictive of two separable race disparities in social cognition that can be obtained from a trustworthiness ratings task. Expand
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Aging minds and twisting attitudes: an fMRI investigation of age differences in inhibiting prejudice.
Cognitive capacity is believed to decline with age, but it is not known whether this decline extends to tasks involving social cognition. In the current study, social neuroscience methodologies wereExpand
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