Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: “Threat-unrelated” properties: An ill-defined concept. A reply to “The danger of interpreting detection differences between image categories” (Gayet, Stein, & Peelen, 2019).

In our previous work (Gomes, Soares, Silva, & Silva, 2018), we evidenced that snakes (vs. birds), an archetypal threat-related stimulus, have an advantage in accessing visual awareness during continuous flash suppression. This advantage was observed wh…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The danger of interpreting detection differences between image categories: A brief comment on “Mind the snake: Fear detection relies on low spatial frequencies” (Gomes, Soares, Silva, & Silva, 2018).

Using breaking continuous flash suppression (b-CFS; a perceptual suppression technique), Gomes, Soares, Silva, and Silva (2018) showed that human observers have an advantage in detecting images of snakes (constituting an evolutionarily old threat) over…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Cognitive and personality correlates of trait disgust and their relationship to condemnation of nonpurity moral transgressions.

Past research has found that individuals who are more sensitive to physically disgusting stimuli also condemn moral transgressions more harshly. However, there is debate about whether this condemnation includes transgressions that do not involve impure…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Face color facilitates the disambiguation of confusing emotion expressions: Toward a social functional account of face color in emotion communication.

Facial expressions of emotion include both muscular and color modulations that contribute to the accurate perception of emotion. However, some emotion categories share common facial-muscular features during the dynamic expressive sequence, which can le…

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