Categorical Perception of Morphed Facial Expressions

@inproceedings{Calder2001CategoricalPO,
  title={Categorical Perception of Morphed Facial Expressions},
  author={Andrew J. Calder and David I Perrett},
  year={2001}
}
Using computer-generated line-drawings, Etcoff and Magee (1992) found evidence of categorical perception of facial expressions. We report four experiments that replicated and extended Etcoff and Magee’s findings with photographic-quality stimuli. Experiments 1 and 2 measured identification of the individual stimuli falling along particular expression continua (e.g. from happiness to sadness) and discrimination of these stimuli with an ABX task in which stimuli A, B, and X were presented… CONTINUE READING
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