The social-sensory interface: category interactions in person perception

@inproceedings{Freeman2012TheSI,
  title={The social-sensory interface: category interactions in person perception},
  author={Jonathan B. Freeman and Kerri L. Johnson and Reginald B. Adams and Nalini Ambady},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
Research is increasingly challenging the claim that distinct sources of social information-such as sex, race, and emotion-are processed in discrete fashion. Instead, there appear to be functionally relevant interactions that occur. In the present article, we describe research examining how cues conveyed by the human face, voice, and body interact to form the unified representations that guide our perceptions of and responses to other people. We explain how these information sources are often… CONTINUE READING
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