Different faces in the crowd: a happiness superiority effect for schematic faces in heterogeneous backgrounds.

@article{Craig2014DifferentFI,
  title={Different faces in the crowd: a happiness superiority effect for schematic faces in heterogeneous backgrounds.},
  author={Belinda M Craig and Stefanie I. Becker and Ottmar V Lipp},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={794-803}
}
Recently, D.V. Becker, Anderson, Mortensen, Neufeld, and Neel (2011) proposed recommendations to avoid methodological confounds in visual search studies using emotional photographic faces. These confounds were argued to cause the frequently observed Anger Superiority Effect (ASE), the faster detection of angry than happy expressions, and conceal a true Happiness Superiority Effect (HSE). In Experiment 1, we applied these recommendations (for the first time) to visual search among schematic… CONTINUE READING
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