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Putting a Face on Person Perception, Social Cognition

Abstract

The article discusses various essays published within the issue, including one by Kurt Hugenberg and Sabine Sczesny on the role of social context in perceiving the affective signals that are present in faces, and another by Nicole Koehler, Gillian Rhodes, Leigh W. Simmons, and Leslie A. Zebrowitz on the role of female fertility status in modulating preferences for males displaying facial cues.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Galen Bodenhausen

Date Published

2006

Citations

Bodenhausen, Galen. 2006. Putting a Face on Person Perception. Social Cognition. 24(5): 511-515.

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