Infant preference for female faces occurs for same- but not other-race faces.

@article{Quinn2008InfantPF,
  title={Infant preference for female faces occurs for same- but not other-race faces.},
  author={Paul C. Quinn and Lesley Uttley and Kang Jun Lee and Alan St Clair Gibson and Michael Smith and Alan M. Slater and Olivier Pascalis},
  journal={Journal of neuropsychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={2 Pt 1},
  pages={15-26}
}
There has been a recent surge of interest in the question of how infants respond to the social attributes of race and gender information in faces. This work has demonstrated that by 3 months of age, infants will respond preferentially to same-race faces and faces depicting the gender of the primary caregiver. In the current study, we investigated emergence… CONTINUE READING