Own- and other-race categorization of faces by race, gender, and age.

@article{Zhao2008OwnAO,
  title={Own- and other-race categorization of faces by race, gender, and age.},
  author={Lun Zhao and Shlomo Bentin},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={1093-9}
}
We investigated how visual experience with faces of a particular race affects subordinate group-level categorizations in Chinese and Israeli participants living in the respective countries. Categorization of faces by race, gender, and age was examined within subjects with participants who had only minimal experience with the other-race faces. As would be predicted by the previously documented other-race advantage effect, both Chinese and Israeli participants classified the race of the face more… CONTINUE READING

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