Age effects on emotion recognition in facial displays: from 20 to 89 years of age.

@article{West2012AgeEO,
  title={Age effects on emotion recognition in facial displays: from 20 to 89 years of age.},
  author={Jeffrey T West and Sheena M Horning and Kelli J Klebe and Shannon M Foster and R. Elisabeth Cornwell and David I. Perrett and D Michael Burt and Hasker P. Davis},
  journal={Experimental aging research},
  year={2012},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={146-68}
}
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 expression. RESULTS Participants in the three oldest age groups (60s, 70s, and 80s) demonstrated decreased performance for the recognition of… CONTINUE READING

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