Jingrong Jia

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The psychological finding – so-called “other-race” effect, has attracted research interests for many years [Goldstein 1979]. “Otherrace” effect refers to the phenomenon that other-race faces are perceived to be more alike (i.e., more homogeneous) and therefore are less discriminable than own-race faces. For example, white subjects remember white faces(More)
This paper investigates the importance of facial skin color to account for the psychological discovery: “otherrace” effect, which is the phenomenon that other-race faces are perceived to be more alike and less discriminable than own-race faces. Skin color is one of the important traits that could be used to distinguish one race people from another. To(More)
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