Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces

Khalid S, Horstmann G, Ditye T, Ansorge U (2017)
Psychological Research 81(2): 508-523.

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Khalid S, Horstmann G, Ditye T, Ansorge U. Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces. Psychological Research. 2017;81(2):508-523.
Khalid, S., Horstmann, G., Ditye, T., & Ansorge, U. (2017). Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces. Psychological Research, 81(2), 508-523. doi:10.1007/s00426-016-0743-8
Khalid, S., Horstmann, G., Ditye, T., and Ansorge, U. (2017). Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces. Psychological Research 81, 508-523.
Khalid, S., et al., 2017. Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces. Psychological Research, 81(2), p 508-523.
S. Khalid, et al., “Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces”, Psychological Research, vol. 81, 2017, pp. 508-523.
Khalid, S., Horstmann, G., Ditye, T., Ansorge, U.: Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces. Psychological Research. 81, 508-523 (2017).
Khalid, Shah, Horstmann, Gernot, Ditye, Thomas, and Ansorge, Ulrich. “Measuring the emotion-specificity of rapid stimulus-driven attraction of attention to fearful faces: evidence from emotion categorization and a comparison with disgusted faces”. Psychological Research 81.2 (2017): 508-523.
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