How mood states affect information processing during facial emotion recognition: An eye tracking study

@inproceedings{Lobmaier2018HowMS,
  title={How mood states affect information processing during facial emotion recognition: An eye tracking study},
  author={Janek S. Lobmaier and Petra C Schmid and Marianne Schmid Mast and Dario Bombari and Fred W. Mast},
  year={2018}
}
Existing research shows that a sad mood hinders emotion recognition. More generally, it has been shown that mood affects information processing. A happy mood facilitates global processing and a sad mood boosts local processing. Global processing has been described as the Gestalt-like integration of details; local processing is understood as the detailed processing of the parts. The present study investigated how mood affects the use of information processing styles in an emotion recognition… CONTINUE READING

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