Contextual blending of ingroup/outgroup face stimuli and word valence: LPP modulation and convergence of measures

@article{Hurtado2009ContextualBO,
  title={Contextual blending of ingroup/outgroup face stimuli and word valence: LPP modulation and convergence of measures},
  author={Esteban Hurtado and Andr{\'e}s A Haye and Ramiro Gonz{\'a}lez and Facundo Manes and Agust{\'i}n M. Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={69 - 69}
}
Several event related potential (ERP) studies have investigated the time course of different aspects of evaluative processing in social bias research. Various reports suggest that the late positive potential (LPP) is modulated by basic evaluative processes, and some reports suggest that in-/outgroup relative position affects ERP responses. In order to study possible LPP blending between facial race processing and semantic valence (positive or negative words), we recorded ERPs while indigenous… CONTINUE READING

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