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John P. Ryan ; William C. Pedersen ; Tiffany A. Ito ;International Journal of Psychological Research 2013, 6

Author: Eric J. Vanman

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International Journal of Psychological Research ISSN: 2011-2084 ijpr@usbmed.edu.co Universidad de San Buenaventura Colombia Vanman, Eric J.; Ryan, John P.; Pedersen, William C.; Ito, Tiffany A. Probing Prejudice with Startle Eyeblink Modification: A Marker of Attention, Emotion, or Both? International Journal of Psychological Research, vol.
6, 2013, pp.
30-41 Universidad de San Buenaventura Medellín, Colombia Disponible en: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=299029205004 Cómo citar el artículo Número completo Más información del artículo Página de la revista en redalyc.org Sistema de Información Científica Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal Proyecto académico sin fines de lucro, desarrollado bajo la iniciativa de acceso abierto INT.J.PSYCHOL.RES.
2013; 6 (Special Issue): 30 - 41 Probing Prejudice with Startle Eyeblink Modification: A Marker of Attention, Emotion, or Both? Examinando el prejuicio mediante la modificación del parpadeo por sobresalto: ¿Un indicador de atención, emoción, o ambos? Eric J.
Vanmana, *, Research , John P.
Ryan b, , William C.
Pedersen c, , Tiffany A.
Ito d, a University of Queensland, School of Psychology, Brisbane, Australia. b University of Pittsburgh, Department of Psychiatry, Pittsburgh, United States. c California State University, Long Beach, Department of Psychology, Long Beach, United States. d University of Colorado at Boulder Department of Psychology and Neuroscience,Boulder, United States. Articlehistory: ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT In social neuroscience research, startle eyeblink modification can serve as a marker of emotion, but it is less clear whether it can also serve as a marker of prejudice.
In Experiment 1, 30 White students viewed photographs of White and Black targets while the startle eyeblink reflex and facial EMG from the brow and cheek regions were recorded.
Prejudice was related to facial EMG activity, but not to startle modification, wh...





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