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Visual Marking and Facial Affect: Can an Emotional Face Be Ignored? Elisabeth Blagrove and Derrick G. Watson University of Warwick Hypothesis: researchers try to find out whether negative and positive facial expressions differ in the extent to which they can be ignored. Participants: Eighteen students at the University of Warwick (16 women, 2 men) participated in this study, either for payment or credit. Participants were between 18 and 21 years old. All participants either reported normal vision or had corrected to normal vision (glasses or contacts). There were many different experiments done and this one was called experiment number 1. Results: the detection of threat stimuli is mediated via a relatively low-level or automatic set of processes.
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Visual Marking and Facial Affect: Can an Emotional Face Be Ignored? Elisabeth Blagrove and Derrick G. Watson University of Warwick Humphreys, 1997). Seven experiments investigated whether this preview benefit can be obtained with emotional faces, and whether negative and positive facial expressions differ in the extent to which they can be ignored. Experiments 1–5 examined the preview benefit with neutral, negative, and positive
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