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The influence of inversion on the judgment of facial and non-facial attributes

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz ; Schnelzer, Maria ; Zimmer, Alf


We investigated how inversion affects the interstimulus differences of faces and non-faces, as defined in terms of stimulus attributes. Ten faces were presented, both upright and upside-down, to 85 subjects. The subjects were asked to rate the faces according to their perceived trustworthiness (Experiment 1) and perceived age (Experiment 2). To 42 of the subjects we also presented ten cars, again ...


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