PERCEPTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS : HOW HUMANS RATE AND RESPOND TO MONKEY

@inproceedings{Fragaszy2008PERCEPTIONOF,
  title={PERCEPTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS : HOW HUMANS RATE AND RESPOND TO MONKEY},
  author={Dorothy Munkenbeck Fragaszy and Annett Schirmer and Irwin Samuel Bernstein and Michael J. Owren and J. Edward Frick and Grace K. Fletcher and Nicolas Escoffier and Liz Stich and Jessi Crast and Tephi Jeyaraj and Fengli Liu and Ingrid Schimidt Kaiser and Robert N. Cooley},
  year={2008}
}
MONKEY AND HUMAN FACES by ELIZABETH ANN SIMPSON (Under the Direction of Dorothy M. Fragaszy) ABSTRACT Naïve and “monkey expert” human participants viewed a variety of human and monkey (Cebus apella) facial expressions (e.g. happiness, anger, fear, disgust, and neutral) in three experiments: (1) search task in which expression was task-irrelevant, (2) speed rating in which participants categorized expressions’ valence, and (3) slow rating in which participants indicated expressions’ emotion-type… CONTINUE READING

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