Featural processing in recognition of emotional facial expressions.

  title={Featural processing in recognition of emotional facial expressions.},
  author={Olivia Beaudry and Annie Roy-Charland and M{\'e}lanie Perron and Isabelle Cormier and Roxane Tapp},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  volume={28 3},
The present study aimed to clarify the role played by the eye/brow and mouth areas in the recognition of the six basic emotions. In Experiment 1, accuracy was examined while participants viewed partial and full facial expressions; in Experiment 2, participants viewed full facial expressions while their eye movements were recorded. Recognition rates were consistent with previous research: happiness was highest and fear was lowest. The mouth and eye/brow areas were not equally important for the… CONTINUE READING
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