Face Inversion Effect and Eye Movement Pattern in Male and Female During Facial Expression Recognitionстатья Тезисы

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[1] Luniakova E., Malysheva N., Ganizada J. Face inversion effect and eye movement pattern in male and female during facial expression recognition // Perception. — 2019. — Vol. 48, no. S1. — P. 77–77. Face inversion effect in facial expression recognition in female and male adults was studied applying eye-tracking technology. Forty Russians (19 males and 21 females) and 53 Azerbaijani (26 males and 27 females) participated to the experiment. Photos of two males and two female faces from WSEFEP all displaying seven facial expressions (neutrality, anger, fear, disgust, happiness, surprise, and sadness) were presented randomly each in three conditions: upright, inverted, and Thatcherized. Russian women were slightly more accurate than men in the expression recognition of inverted images; however, there were no significant differences in accuracy decrements caused by inversion and by Thatcherization between male and female participants. At the same time, the two gender groups showed some differences in patterns of eye movements. Women fixated both eyes more frequently compared to men, independently of conditions of presentation. [ DOI ]

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