Symposia: 221/213 - The influence of social categorization on person and face perception

Saturday 8 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Andalucía III
We rapidly extract social category information from faces, which leads to numerous biases in face and person perception. In this symposium, we discuss novel findings regarding the influence of social category information on social categorization, face recognition and trait inferences.

 

Chair
Marleen Stelter
Psychologist. Assistant Researcher. Department of Social Psychology. Hamburg University. Hamburg. Germany.

 

221/21301 The simultaneous extraction of race, sex and emotion from unfamiliar faces.

(1) Martin, Douglas; (2) Swainson, Rachel; (3) Hutchison, Jacqui; (4) Slessor, Gilian; (5) Cunningham, Sheila J.

(1) Senior Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen. United Kindom.; (2) Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen. United Kindom.; (3) Research Fellow. School of Social & Health Sciences. Abertay University. Dundee. United Kingdom; (4) Research Fellow. School of Psychology. University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen. United Kindom.; (5) Senior Lecturer. School of Social & Health Sciences. Abertay University. Dundee. United Kingdom.

221/21302 Remembering “us” versus “them”: Exploring the other-oace effect in working memory.

(1) Stelter, Marleen; (2) Degner, Juliane

(1) Assistant Researcher. Social Psychology Department. Hamburg University. Hamburg. Germany.; (2) Professor. Social Psychology Department. Hamburg University. Hamburg. Germany.

221/21303 Multiple co-acting factors predict face memory biases.

(1) Young, Steven

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. Baruch College. New York, NY. USA

221/21304 In spontaneous evaluations men’s attributes are more often processed than women’s attributes

(1) Burghardt, Juliane; (2) Fischer, Freyja; (3) Walker, Mirella

(1) Research Fellow. University Medical Center Mainz. Mainz. Germany.; (2) Assistant Researcher. Department of Social Psychology. Osnabrück University. Osnabrück. Germany; (3) Researcher. Social Psychology Department. University of Basel. Basel. Switzerland.

221/21305 Discussant

(1) Quadflieg, Susanne

(1) Lecturer. School of Experimental Psychology. University of Bristol. Bristol. United Kingdom.