Uriah S Anderson
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The face in the crowd effect unconfounded: happy faces, not angry faces, are more efficiently detected in single-and multiple-target visual search tasks.
DV Becker, US Anderson, CR Mortensen, SL Neufeld, R Neel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 140 (4), 637, 2011
More Memory Bang for the Attentional Buck Self-Protection Goals Enhance Encoding Efficiency for Potentially Threatening Males
DV Becker, US Anderson, SL Neuberg, JK Maner, JR Shapiro, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (2), 182-189, 2010
I only have eyes for you: Ovulation redirects attention (but not memory) to attractive men
US Anderson, EF Perea, DV Becker, JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 804-808, 2010
Signal detection on the battlefield: Priming self-protection vs. revenge-mindedness differentially modulates the detection of enemies and allies
DV Becker, CR Mortensen, JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, US Anderson, ...
PloS one 6 (9), 2011
Out of sight but not out of mind: memory scanning is attuned to threatening faces
DV Becker, CR Mortensen, US Anderson, T Sasaki
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (5), 147470491401200504, 2014
Illusory conjunctions of angry facial expressions follow intergroup biases
DV Becker, R Neel, US Anderson
Psychological science 21 (7), 938-940, 2010
Self-protection and revenge-mindedness modulate detection of enemy insignia
DV Becker, CR Mortensen, JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, US Anderson, ...
PLoS One, 2011
Testing the Domain-Specificity of the Disease-Avoidance and Self-Protection Systems
US Anderson
Arizona State University, 2011
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