Haven’t I seen you before? Straight men who are insecure of their masculinity remember gender-atypical faces

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To navigate a busy interpersonal landscape, people direct perceptual resources in a motivated fashion that maximizes goals and minimizes threats. While adaptive, these heuristics can also lead to noteworthy biases, including a well-documented memory advantage for ingroup members. Recent research has extended these findings to reveal other motivational… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lick2015HaventIS, title={Haven’t I seen you before? Straight men who are insecure of their masculinity remember gender-atypical faces}, author={David J. Lick and Kerri L. Johnson and Rachel G Riskind}, year={2015} }