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<p>This project archives materials for PSA001, a global test of the Valence Dominance Model of face perception. This project is the first one run through the <a href="https://psysciacc.org/" rel="nofollow">Psychological Science Accelerator</a>. </p> <p><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/105/32/11087" rel="nofollow">Oosterhof and Todorov (2008 PNAS)</a> found that Principal Component Analysis of trait ratings of face images made by students at a US university produced two components. The first component, which they labeled ‘valence’, was highly correlated with rated trustworthiness. The second, which they labeled ‘dominance’, was highly correlated with rated dominance. Although this two-component model of social judgments of faces has become very influential, the extent to which it applies to trait ratings of faces made in other regions of the world is not yet known. The proposed project would use confirmatory factor analysis to establish whether the model described in Oosterhof and Todorov (2008 PNAS) can (1) be replicated in a new sample of North American raters and (2) can also explains trait-ratings made in other world regions (United Nations Country Grouping: Africa, Asia, Central America, Eastern Europe, European Union, Middle East, North America, Oceania, South America, The Caribbean).</p> <p>See the initial study announcement on the <a href="https://psysciacc.org/2017/11/08/the-psychological-science-accelerators-first-study/" rel="nofollow">PSA website</a>.</p>
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