Evaluations versus stereotypes in emotion recognition: A replication and extension of Craig and Lipp's (2018) Study on facial age cue
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SourceCognition & Emotion, 33, 2, (2019), pp. 386-389
Article / Letter to editor
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Cognition & Emotion
SubjectBehaviour Change and Well-being
Recently, Cognition and Emotion published an article (Craig & Lipp, 2018; doi:10.1080/02699931.2017.1310087) 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 Craig and Lipp (Study 1). Furthermore, by changing the comparative context, Study 2 provides a first test of age-stereotypes affecting emotions recognition. We discuss recommendations for future studies in the domain of social categorization and emotion recognition.
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