Steven G. Young
Steven G. Young
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The categorization-individuation model: an integrative account of the other-race recognition deficit.
K Hugenberg, SG Young, MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco
Psychological review 117 (4), 1168, 2010
4462010
The cross-category effect: Mere social categorization is sufficient to elicit an own-group bias in face recognition
MJ Bernstein, SG Young, K Hugenberg
Psychological Science 18 (8), 706-712, 2007
4462007
Adaptive responses to social exclusion: Social rejection improves detection of real and fake smiles
MJ Bernstein, SG Young, CM Brown, DF Sacco, HM Claypool
Psychological science 19 (10), 981-983, 2008
3192008
Class, race, and the face: Social context modulates the cross-race effect in face recognition
ER Shriver, SG Young, K Hugenberg, MJ Bernstein, JR Lanter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (2), 260-274, 2008
1852008
Perception and motivation in face recognition: A critical review of theories of the cross-race effect
SG Young, K Hugenberg, MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco
Personality and Social Psychology Review 16 (2), 116-142, 2012
1802012
A preference for genuine smiles following social exclusion
MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco, CM Brown, SG Young, HM Claypool
Journal of experimental social psychology 46 (1), 196-199, 2010
1802010
Being “in” with the in-crowd: The effects of social exclusion and inclusion are enhanced by the perceived essentialism of ingroups and outgroups
MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco, SG Young, K Hugenberg, E Cook
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (8), 999-1009, 2010
1462010
Mere social categorization modulates identification of facial expressions of emotion.
SG Young, K Hugenberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (6), 964, 2010
1282010
Is red the colour of danger? Testing an implicit red–danger association
K Pravossoudovitch, F Cury, SG Young, AJ Elliot
Ergonomics 57 (4), 503-510, 2014
882014
When do own-group biases in face recognition occur? Encoding versus post-encoding
SG Young, MJ Bernstein, K Hugenberg
Social Cognition 28 (2), 240-250, 2010
852010
Individuation motivation and face experience can operate jointly to produce the own-race bias
SG Young, K Hugenberg
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (1), 80-87, 2012
822012
Towards a synthetic model of own group biases in face memory
K Hugenberg, JP Wilson, PE See, SG Young
Visual Cognition 21 (9-10), 1392-1417, 2013
692013
Red enhances the processing of facial expressions of anger.
SG Young, AJ Elliot, R Feltman, N Ambady
Emotion 13 (3), 380, 2013
682013
Vulnerability to disease is associated with a domain‐specific preference for symmetrical faces relative to symmetrical non‐face stimuli
SG Young, DF Sacco, K Hugenberg
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (5), 558-563, 2011
662011
Embodied impression formation: Social judgments and motor cues to approach and avoidance
ML Slepian, SG Young, NO Rule, M Weisbuch, N Ambady
Social Cognition 30 (2), 232-240, 2012
652012
The face of humanity: Configural face processing influences ascriptions of humanness
K Hugenberg, S Young, RJ Rydell, S Almaraz, KA Stanko, PE See, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (2), 167-175, 2016
442016
Balancing competing motives: Adaptive trade-offs are necessary to satisfy disease avoidance and interpersonal affiliation goals
DF Sacco, SG Young, K Hugenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (12), 1611-1623, 2014
412014
The neural basis of contextual influences on face categorization
JB Freeman, Y Ma, M Barth, SG Young, S Han, N Ambady
Cerebral Cortex 25 (2), 415-422, 2015
382015
Reactions to social inclusion and ostracism as a function of perceived in-group similarity.
DF Sacco, MJ Bernstein, SG Young, K Hugenberg
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 18 (2), 129, 2014
382014
The effect of red on male perceptions of female attractiveness: Moderation by baseline attractiveness of female faces
SG Young
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 146-151, 2015
372015
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