Previous research argues that methodological confounds cause the Anger Superiority Effect, the faster detection of angry than happy faces in crowds. Applying recommendations to eliminate these confounds, we found faster detection of happy than angry schematic faces in heterogeneous backgrounds.
|Published - Jul 2014
|European Association of Social Psychology General Meeting 2014 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 9 Jul 2014 → 12 Jul 2014
|European Association of Social Psychology General Meeting 2014
|9/07/14 → 12/07/14