Inquisit Scripts

Face in the Crowd Task

This scripts implements a demo of the Face in the Crowd Task introduced by Hansen & Hansen (1988).


(Requires Inquisit Lab to run locally)
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References

Hansen, C. H., & Hansen, R. D. (1988). Finding the face in the crowd: An anger superiority effect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54, 917–924.

Hampton, C., Purcell, D. G., Bersine, L., Hansen, C. H., & Hansen, R. D. (1989). Probing “pop-out”: Another look at the face-in-the-crowd effect. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 27, 563–566.

Purcell, D. G., Stewart, A. J., & Skov, R. B. (1996). It takes a confounded face to pop out of a crowd. Perception, 25, 1091–1108.

Öhman, A., Lundqvist, D., & Esteves, E. (2001). The face in the crowd revisited: A threat advantage with schematic stimuli. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 80, 381–396.

Juth, P., Lundqvist, D., Karlsson, A., & Öhman, A. (2005). Looking for foes and friends: Perceptual and emotional factors when finding a face in the crowd. Emotion, 5, 397–395.

Coelho, C. M., Cloete, S., & Wallis, G. (2010). The face-in-the-crowd effect: When angry faces are just cross(es). Journal of Vision, 10, 1–14.

Pinkham, A. E., Griffin, M., Baron, R., Sasson, N. J., & Gur, R. C. (2010). The face in the crowd effect: Anger superiority when using real faces and multiple identities. Emotion, 10, 141–146.

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