Cognitive Bias Toward Female Facial Attractiveness in Males: Evidences from An ERP Study

@article{Yan2011CognitiveBT,
  title={Cognitive Bias Toward Female Facial Attractiveness in Males: Evidences from An ERP Study},
  author={Z. Yan and Kong Fan-chang and C. Hong and Xiang Yan-hui and G. Xiao and Chen Min-yan},
  journal={Acta Psychologica Sinica},
  year={2011},
  volume={42},
  pages={1060-1072}
}
  • Z. Yan, Kong Fan-chang, +3 authors Chen Min-yan
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • Acta Psychologica Sinica
  • Facial attractiveness is of high importance for human interaction and communication (Joshua, Henderson, Jeremy, Anglin, 2003). Neuroimaging studies found several brain areas to be differentially responsive to attractive as opposed to unattractive female faces (Aharon et al., 2001; Cloutier, Heatherton, Whalen, Kelley, 2008; Iaria, Fox, Waite, Aharon, Barton, 2008; Ishai, 2007; Kranz Ishai, 2006; Penton-voak, Jacobson, Tribers, 2004; Senior, 2003). The brain areas responsive to facial… CONTINUE READING
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