A Clarity Bias for Black Faces

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The Cross-Race Effect (CRE) is a robust finding in social cognition. One reason the CRE arises is due to the relative expertise people have with same-race compared to cross-race faces. Here, we examine the effects of reducing such expertise through blurring same-race and cross-race faces. White participants exhibited the CRE for clear faces, but this pattern was reversed for blurred faces (Study 1...

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