When is a Face a Face ? Schematic Faces , Emotion , Attention and the N 170

@inproceedings{Maratos2015WhenIA,
  title={When is a Face a Face ? Schematic Faces , Emotion , Attention and the N 170},
  author={Frances A. Maratos and Matthew S Garner and Alexandra M. Hogan and Anke Karl},
  year={2015}
}
Emotional facial expressions provide important non-verbal cues as to the imminent behavioural intentions of a second party. Hence, within emotion science the processing of faces (emotional or otherwise) has been at the forefront of research. Notably, however, such research has led to a number of debates including the ecological validity of utilising schematic faces in emotion research, and the face-selectively of N170. In order to investigate these issues, we explored the extent to which N170… CONTINUE READING

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