Social perception from where we stand: Considering the role of race-conferred social status in face recognition

Hinzman, Lindsay.


  • The well-known cross-race effect (CRE), characterized by better recognition for same-race (SR) faces versus cross-race (CR) faces, has been shown to be sensitive to the motivational relevance of the target to the perceiver. Most of these investigations of cross-race face recognition have relied heavily on participants from high-status groups (e.g., Whites), potentially obscuring different ... read more
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