Social anxiety biases the evaluation of facial displays: evidence from single face and multi-facial stimuli.

@article{Douilliez2012SocialAB,
  title={Social anxiety biases the evaluation of facial displays: evidence from single face and multi-facial stimuli.},
  author={C{\'e}line Douilliez and Vincent Yzerbyt and Eva Gilboa-Schechtman and Pierre Philippot},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 6},
  pages={1107-15}
}
This study examined the contribution of social anxiety to the evaluation of emotional facial stimuli, while controlling for the gender of participants and stimuli. Participants (n=63) completed two tasks: a single face evaluation task in which they had to evaluate angry versus neutral faces and, a facial crowd evaluation task in which they had to evaluate displays with a varying number of neutral and angry faces. In each task, participants had to evaluate the stimuli with respect to (a) the… CONTINUE READING
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