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Glanville and Nowicki

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"Facial Expression Recognition and Social Competence among African American Elementary School Children: An Examination of Ethnic Differences"

 

Abstract

Investigated the potential for cross-ethnic miscommunication of facial expressions, examining elementary students' ability to identify emotion in African American and white facial expressions and noting the relationship to social competence. Student data indicated that ability to read faces differing in ethnicity did not differ by children's ethnicity. However, ability to read facial expressions of one's own ethnic group significantly related to social competence.

 

Glanville & Nowicki (2002).pdf

 

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