he neural correlates of memory encoding and recognition for own-race nd other-race faces

  • rit Herzmanna, Verena Willenbockelb, James W. Tanakac, Tim Currana
  • Published 2011


People are generally better at recognizing faces from their own race than from a different race, as has been shown in numerous behavioral studies. Here we use event-related potentials (ERPs) to investigate how differences between own-race and other-race faces influence the neural correlates of memory encoding and recognition. ERPs of Asian and Caucasian… (More)

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