Differences in asymmetric perception of facial expression in free-vision chimeric stimuli and reaction time.

@article{Wirsn1990DifferencesIA,
  title={Differences in asymmetric perception of facial expression in free-vision chimeric stimuli and reaction time.},
  author={Anders Wirs{\'e}n and Britt af Klinteberg and S E Levander and Daisy Schalling},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={1990},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={229-39}
}
Two forms of a Chimeric Faces Free-Vision Task used to estimate cerebral asymmetry for perceiving facial expression were given to young male subjects, n = 60 in a first session and n = 40 in a retest session. Test-retest and split-half reliabilities were high. As expected from assumptions of right-hemisphere specialization for processing expression, faces with left-sided smiles were more frequently judged as looking happier than those with right-sided smiles in both forms. However, there were… CONTINUE READING

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