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Empathic reactions of younger and older adults: No age related decline in affective responding ☆
Abstract Empathy is an important skill in all stages of life. However, previous research suggests that cognitive empathy, i.e. the ability to accurately infer another person's feelings, is reducedExpand
Facial age affects emotional expression decoding
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It is concluded that the age of the face plays an important role for facial expression decoding, and lower expressivity, age-related changes in the face, less elaborated emotion schemas for older faces, negative attitudes toward older adults, and different visual scan patterns and neural processing of older than younger faces may lower decoding accuracy for Older faces. Expand
Age-Related Response Bias in the Decoding of Sad Facial Expressions
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The results suggest that age effects on the accuracy of decoding facial expressions may be due, at least in part, to age-related response bias. Expand
ERP evidence for own-age effects on late stages of processing sad faces
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The aim of the present study was to investigate whether the neural processes underlying this own-age effect are influenced by the emotional expression of the face, and to explore possible explanations such as the frequency or quality of contact to own- age versus other-age groups. Expand
Age effects on cognitive, neural and affective responses to emotional facial expressions
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