Measuring individual differences in sensitivities to basic emotions in faces

@article{Suzuki2006MeasuringID,
  title={Measuring individual differences in sensitivities to basic emotions in faces},
  author={Atsunobu Suzuki and Takahiro Hoshino and Kazuo Shigemasu},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2006},
  volume={99},
  pages={327-353}
}
The assessment of individual differences in facial expression recognition is normally required to address two major issues: (1) high agreement level (ceiling effect) and (2) differential difficulty levels across emotions. We propose a new assessment method designed to quantify individual differences in the recognition of the six basic emotions, 'sensitivities to basic emotions in faces.' We attempted to address the two major assessment issues by using morphing techniques and item response… CONTINUE READING

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