Sheena M Horning

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UNLABELLED BACKGROUND/STUDY CONTEXT: An emotion recognition task that morphs emotional facial expressions from an initial neutral expression to distinct increments of the full emotional expression was administered to 482 individuals, 20 to 89 years of age. METHODS Participants assessed six basic emotions at 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% of the full facial(More)
OBJECTIVES To investigate the concurrent validity of the Saint Louis University Mental Status examination (SLUMS) by comparing the ability of the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and the SLUMS to predict performance on standard neuropsychological measures of memory and executive functioning. DESIGN Cross-sectional. SETTING University-based research(More)
The present study aimed to investigate changes in facial expression recognition across the lifespan, as well as to determine the influence of fluid intelligence, processing speed, and memory on this ability. Peak performance in the ability to identify facial affect was found to occur in middle-age, with the children and older adults performing the poorest.(More)
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