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  1. Evaluations Versus Stereotypes in Emotion Recognition: A Replication and Extension of Craig and Lipp’s Study on Facial Age Cues.Gijsbert Bijlstra, Désirée Kleverwal, Tjits van Lent & Rob W. Holland - 2018 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (2):386-389.
    ABSTRACTRecently, Cognition and Emotion published an article demonstrating that age cues affect the speed and accuracy of emotion recognition. The authors claimed that the observed effect of target age on emotion recognition is better explained by evaluative than stereotype associations. Although we agree with their conclusion, we believe that with the research method the authors employed, it was impossible to detect a stereotype effect to begin with. In the current research, we successfully replicate previous findings. Furthermore, by changing the comparative (...)
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  • Facial Age Cues and Emotional Expression Interact Asymmetrically: Age Cues Moderate Emotion Categorisation.Belinda M. Craig & Ottmar V. Lipp - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 32 (2):350-362.
    Facial attributes such as race, sex, and age can interact with emotional expressions; however, only a couple of studies have investigated the nature of the interaction between facial age cues and emotional expressions and these have produced inconsistent results. Additionally, these studies have not addressed the mechanism/s driving the influence of facial age cues on emotional expression or vice versa. In the current study, participants categorised young and older adult faces expressing happiness and anger or sadness by their age and (...)
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