No Race Effect ( ORE ) in the Automatic Orienting toward Baby Faces : When Ethnic Group does Not Matter

@inproceedings{Proverbio2011NoRE,
  title={No Race Effect ( ORE ) in the Automatic Orienting toward Baby Faces : When Ethnic Group does Not Matter},
  author={Alice Mado Proverbio and Valeria De Gabriele and Mirella Manfredi and Roberta Adorni},
  year={2011}
}
It was shown that own (vs. other) race baby faces capture attention automatically whereas other race babies do not (Hodsoll et al., 2010). Other literature provided evidence of an innate preferential response to baby faces (baby schema effect). We investigated whether infant (vs. adult) faces automatically attracted attention (exogenous orienting), and whether this was modulated by ethnicity. 30 students took part in this study. Their task was to decide whether a lateralized target was upright… CONTINUE READING

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