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1953 6
1954 2
1955 4
1956 5
1957 7
1958 1
1959 5
1960 10
1961 8
1962 2
1963 2
1964 9
1965 6
1967 14
1968 43
1969 181
1970 103
1971 62
1972 47
1973 84
1974 91
1975 98
1976 76
1977 76
1978 58
1979 40
1980 33
1981 40
1982 59
1983 91
1984 106
1985 100
1986 126
1987 104
1988 98
1989 156
1990 138
1991 106
1992 122
1993 126
1994 121
1995 104
1996 163
1997 191
1998 176
1999 181
2000 206
2001 241
2002 226
2003 307
2004 343
2005 386
2006 419
2007 548
2008 669
2009 752
2010 639
2011 731
2012 746
2013 786
2014 927
2015 898
2016 913
2017 927
2018 907
2019 335
2020 0
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Influence of Social Perception and Social Monitoring on Structural Priming.
Hwang H and Chun E. Cogn Sci 2018. PMID 29517115
This study aims to further address the role of sociocognitive factors in language use by investigating how individual differences in social perception and tendency to align with others (i.e., social monitoring) modulate same-verb structural priming. In particular, we investigate how likely students are to repeat a sentence structure of a teacher depending on their perception of the teacher and their social monitoring tendency. ...
This study aims to further address the role of sociocognitive factors in language use by investigating how individual differences in soci
How direct is social perception?
Michael J and De Bruin L. Conscious Cogn 2015. PMID 26298229
Social cognition in schizophrenia.
Green MF, et al. Nat Rev Neurosci 2015 - Review. PMID 26373471
Here, we review recent findings from the fields of social cognition and social neuroscience and identify the social processes that are impaired in schizophrenia. We also consider empathy as an example of a complex social cognitive function that integrates several social processes and is impaired in schizophrenia. ...
Here, we review recent findings from the fields of social cognition and social neuroscience and identify the social pro …
Social functioning in major depressive disorder.
Kupferberg A, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 27395342 Free article.
Depression is associated with social risk factors, social impairments and poor social functioning. This paper gives an overview of these social aspects using the NIMH Research and Domain Criteria 'Systems for Social Processes' as a framework. In particular, it describes the bio-psycho-social interplay regarding impaired affiliation and attachment (social anhedonia, hyper-sensitivity to social rejection, competition avoidance, increased altruistic punishment), impaired social communication (impaired emotion recognition, diminished cooperativeness), impaired social perception (reduced empathy, theory-of-mind deficits) and their impact on social networks and the use of social media. ...
Depression is associated with social risk factors, social impairments and poor social functioning. This paper gives an …
Realism and constructivism in social perception.
Kihlstrom JF. Behav Brain Sci 2017. PMID 28327217
Jussim's critique of social psychology's embrace of error and bias is needed and often persuasive. In opting for perceptual realism over social constructivism, however, he seems to ignore a third choice - a cognitive constructivism which has a long and distinguished history in the study of nonsocial perception, and which enables us to understand both accuracy and error....
Jussim's critique of social psychology's embrace of error and bias is needed and often persuasive. In opting for perceptual realism o …
Domain-specific and domain-general processes in social perception--A complementary approach.
Michael J and D'Ausilio A. Conscious Cogn 2015 - Review. PMID 25555326
In this brief discussion, we explicate and evaluate Heyes and colleagues' deflationary approach to interpreting apparent evidence of domain-specific processes for social perception. We argue that the deflationary approach sheds important light on how functionally specific processes in social perception can be subserved at least in part by domain-general processes. ...
In this brief discussion, we explicate and evaluate Heyes and colleagues' deflationary approach to interpreting apparent evidence of domain- …
An evolutionary approach to accuracy in social perception.
Little AC. Behav Brain Sci 2017. PMID 28327218
An evolutionary approach highlights that accuracy should be expected over error because selection pressures will have shaped social perception to be functional. Behaviour is extremely complex and so it is unlikely that observers will be perfectly accurate, but an evolutionary view strongly predicts that people will behave as rational observers and in many cases social perception should favour adaptive responses....
An evolutionary approach highlights that accuracy should be expected over error because selection pressures will have shaped social
How Orthogonal Are the Big Two of Social Perception? On the Curvilinear Relation Between Agency and Communion.
Imhoff R and Koch A. Perspect Psychol Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28073333
Humans make sense of their social environment by forming impressions of others that allow predicting others' actions. In this process of social perception, two types of information carry pivotal importance: other entities' communion (i.e., warmth and trustworthiness) and agency (i.e., status and power). Although commonly thought of as orthogonal dimensions, we propose that these Big Two of social perception are curvilinearly related. ...
Humans make sense of their social environment by forming impressions of others that allow predicting others' actions. In this process …
The shaping of social perception by stimulus and knowledge cues to human animacy.
Cross ES, et al. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2016. PMID 26644594 Free PMC article.
As such, the ability to recognize cues to human animacy is fundamental for guiding social interactions. We review literature that demonstrates cortical networks associated with person perception, action observation and mentalizing are sensitive to human animacy information. ...Using fMRI, an elaborate belief manipulation, and human and robot avatars, we found that knowledge cues to human animacy modulate engagement of person perception and mentalizing networks, while stimulus cues to human animacy had less impact on social brain networks. ...
As such, the ability to recognize cues to human animacy is fundamental for guiding social interactions. We review literature that dem …
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