Other-race effect
Der Cross-Race-Effect (auch Cross-Race-Bias, Other-Race-Bias oder Cross-Race-Identification-Bias) beschreibt eine schlechtere Wiedererkennensleistung von Gesichtern, die nicht der eigenen Ethnie entstammen im Vergleich zu Gesichtern der eigenen ethnischen Gruppe. Bei diesem Phänomen der Gesichtserkennung legen Menschen eine höhere Performanz an den Tag, wenn sie Gesichter von Menschen der eigenen Kultur bzw. Ethnie wiedererkennen und Emotionen in dem Gesicht deuten sollen, als wenn sie Gesichter von Menschen fremder Kulturen erkennen oder mimische Gesichtsausdrücke deuten sollen.
Der Cross-Race-Effect kann einerseits in den Bereich der Verhaltensbiologie (Schwerpunkt Humanethologie) und auch gleichzeitig in den Bereich der Sozialpsychologie eingeordnet werden. In dem Moment, als er in den sozialpsychologischen Bereich eingeordnet wird, firmiert er unter dem Begriff In-Group-Advantage. Im engeren Sinne ist der Cross-Race-Bias eine spezielle Form des In-Group-Advantage – nämlich eingegrenzt auf interkulturelle oder interethnische Aspekte.

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'They all look the same' race effect seen…
Why do people so often have trouble telling those of a different race apart? Now psychologists have identified the brain mechanism responsible for this "other-race ...
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Cross-Race-Effect – Wikipedia
[Bearbeiten]. Eine Analyse über viele Studien zur Emotionserkennung in Gesichtern ...
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Cross-race effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cross-race effect (sometimes called cross-race bias, other-race bias or own- race bias) is the tendency for people of one race to have difficulty recognizing ...
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The Other-Race Effect Develops During Infancy
The pattern of preferences indicates that the Other-race effect is emerging by 6 months of age and is present at 9 months of age. The findings suggest that facial ...
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2566514/
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Developmental Origins of the Other-Race Effect
Abstract. The Other-race effect (ORE) in face recognition refers to better recognition memory for faces of one's own race than faces of another race—a common ...
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other-race effect
Albeit sharing a highly similar structural organization (e.g. 2 symmetrical eyes above a central nose and a central mouth …), faces of different human populations ...
www.nefy.ucl.ac.be/facecatlab/resProject/other-race.htm
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“They all look alike”: Understanding the “other race effect” | Ars ...
8 Nov 2010 ... According to a new study, a well known facial recognition signal in the brain …
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Simulating the “other-race effect” - The University of Texas at Dallas
We report a series of simulations on the well-known “Other-race effect.” We trained an autoassociative network on a majority and a minority race of faces,.
www.universityoftexasatdallascomets.com/~herve/Abdi-odab91.pdf
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Perceptual Training Prevents the Emergence of the Other Race ...
The Other Race Effect (ORE) reflects a difficulty in recognizing and discriminating between faces from other-race groups compared to faces of one's own race, ...
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The Other-Race Effect and Facial Identification - Undergraduate ...
The Other-race effect is a well-known issue that has been performed both in the laboratory and in real-life situations. Many criminal prosecutions involve a ...
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Other-race effect in der Wissenschaft
[PDF]Investigating the Other-Race Effect of Germans towards Turks and ...
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 79085 Freiburg, Germany. Abstract. The Other-race effect (ORE) refers to the phenomenon that recognition memory for ...
Cross-Race-Effect – Wikipedia
... der Kent State University fällt es ... der Cross-Race-Effect oder ...
The Other-Race Effect in a Longitudinal Sample of 3-, 6-and 9 ... - PUB
The Other-race effect in a Longitudinal Sample of 3-, 6-and 9-Month-Old Infants: Evidence of a Training Effect. Spangler SM, Schwarzer G, Freitag C, Vierhaus ...
[PDF]Processes underlying the cross-race effect: An ... - Perception
University of Hong Kong, 604 Knowles Building, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong; .... holistic effect for own-race than for other-race faces, and in the third study the ...
The Other-Race Effect in a Longitudinal Sample of 3-, 6- and 9 ...
18 Jul 2012 ... The Other-race effect in a Longitudinal Sample of 3-, 6- and 9-Month-Old Infants: Evidence of a Training Effect. Sibylle M. Spangler1,*,; Gudrun ...
Development of the other-race effect during infancy: evidence ...
9 Mar 2009 ... Department of Psychology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QB, UK. davidk @psy.gla.ac.uk. The Other-race effect in face processing ...
48. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie
Zudem kann mit ihm das Vorhandensein des „Other-Race-Effects“ überprüft werden. Der „Other-Race-Effect“ resultiert aus einer sich im Säuglingsalter ...
'Other-race effect': Clues to why 'they' all look alike - Medical Xpress
30 Jun 2011 ... Northwestern University researchers have provided new biological ... One of the most replicated psychology findings, the Other-race effect finds ...
[PDF]The other face of the other-race effect: An fMRI investigation of the ...
24 Sep 2011 ... d School of Life Sciences and Technology, Xidian University, Xi'an, ... faces, replicating the robust effect of the other-race categorization ...
Perceptual Training Prevents the Emergence of the Other Race ...
Affiliation: Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom. X ... The Other Race Effect (ORE) reflects a difficulty in recognizing and ...
Bücher zum Begriff Other-race effect
Examining the Cross-race Effect in Face Recognition from a ...
Examining the Cross-race Effect in Face Recognition from a ...
Kyle Joseph Susa, 2007
Known as the cross-race effect (CRE), psychological research has consistently shown that people are extremely inept at identifying the face of a person who is from a race that is different than their own.
Sozialpsychologie - Individuum und soziale Welt
Sozialpsychologie - Individuum und soziale Welt
Hans-Werner Bierhoff und Dieter Frey von Hogrefe-Verlag, 2011
Der Band bietet eine aktuelle Einführung in die Grundlagen der Sozialpsychologie. Mit dem Fokus auf das Individuum in der sozialen Welt werden die wichtigsten sozialpsychologischen Theorien und Methoden anschaulich dargestellt. Der Band führt in Konzepte des sozialen Selbst ein und betrachtet dabei problematische Persönlichkeitsmerkmale wie Autorit...
The Development of the "other-race Effect" in Children's Face ...
The Development of the "other-race Effect" in Children's Face ...
L. Brooke Bennett, 2007
One of these is the "Other-race effect" (ORE), which states that people are better able to identify and recognize people of their own race as opposed to those of other, possibly less familiar, races.
Handbuch der Kleinkindforschung
Handbuch der Kleinkindforschung
Heidi Keller von Huber, Bern, 2011
Zielsetzung des Handbuchs: übersichtliche, klar strukturierte Bilanzierung der Forschungsbemühungen, die einen besonders wichtigen Lebensabschnitt in der menschlichen Biografie betreffenDas Handbuch bietet einen umfassenden Überblick über Paradigmen, Forschungsergebnisse und methodische Zugänge in der Kleinkindforschung. Die vierte, wiederum vollst...
Face Processing: Advanced Modeling and Methods: Advanced Modeling ...
Face Processing: Advanced Modeling and Methods: Advanced Modeling ...
Wenyi Zhao, Rama Chellappa, 2011
race of faces, generally, their own race, than with other races. By contrast, most people have roughly equal amounts of contact and experience with males and females. How does face race affect face recognition accuracy? Malpass (1969) was ...
Sozialpsychologie (Pearson Studium - Psychologie)
Sozialpsychologie (Pearson Studium - Psychologie)
Elliot Aronson, Timothy Wilson und Robin Akert von Addison-Wesley Verlag, 2008
Der Aronson jetzt in komplett neuer deutscher ÜbersetzungNEU: Vollständig aktualisiert auf dem neuesten Stand der Forschung mit zahlreichen neueren StudienNEU: Jetzt mit neuen Fallstudien, die die Anwendung der Theorien im alltäglichen Leben veranschaulichenNEU: Zahlreiche Illustrationen und Bilder auch aus dem deutschen KulturraumNEU: Kapitel zum ...
Wrightsman's Psychology and the Legal System
Wrightsman's Psychology and the Legal System
Edith Greene, Kirk Heilbrun, 2010
This phenomenon, termed the Other-race effect, has been examined extensively in experimental studies, and archival analysis of DNA exoneration cases shows that it is also a significant problem in actual cases. In their analysis of 77 ...
Mustererkennung 1996: 18. DAGM-Symposium Heidelberg, 11-13. September 1996 (Informatik aktuell)
Mustererkennung 1996: 18. DAGM-Symposium Heidelberg, 11-13. September 1996 (Informatik aktuell)
Bernd Jähne von Springer-Verlag, 1996
I. Segmentierung und Objektpräsentation. - II. Textur und Schrift. - III. Bildfolgen. - IV. Anwendungen I. - V. 3D-Szenenanalyse. - VI. Anwendungen II. - VII. Statistische und neurale Klassifikation. - VIII. Anwendungen III, Hardware. - IX. Postersession I: Grundlegende Algorithmik. X. Postersession I: Segmentierung. - XI. Postersession I: Klassifi...
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Other-race effect
'Intersection' of Race and Other Factors Shapes Success in College - Head Count - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Among college students whose mothers lacked a college degree, six-year graduation rates were higher for women than for men, but there was no such gender gap among black students whose mothers had a degree. That’s one finding of a study published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (log-in required).
chronicle.com/blogs/headcount/intersection-of-race-and-other-factors-shapes-colleges-success/35903
Racial homogeneity in early childhood may affect brain | Body & Brain | Science News
www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/352381/description/Racial_homogeneity_in_early_childhood_may_affect_brain
Why do people of other races all look alike? | Mo Costandi | Neurophilosophy | Science | theguardian.com
Mo Costandi: People often say they find it difficult to distinguish between individuals of other races. Two recent neurophysiological studies point to the underlying brain mechanisms
www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2011/aug/15/people-other-races-look-alike
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Is there an own-race preference in attractiveness? | Evolutionary Psychology
Even in multicultural nations interracial relationships and marriages are quite rare, one reflection of assortative mating. A relatively unexplored factor that could explain part of this effect is that people may find members of their own racial group more attractive than members of other groups. We tested whether there is an own-race preference in attractiveness judgments, and also examined the effect of familiarity by comparing the attractiveness ratings given by participants of different ancestral and geographic origins to faces of European, East Asian and African origin. We did not find a strong own-race bias in attractiveness judgments, but neither were the data consistent with familiarity, suggesting an important role for other factors determining the patterns of assortative mating observed.
www.epjournal.net/articles/is-there-and-own-race-preference-in-attractiveness/
Experience and the Other-Race Effect | Knowing Ourselves
The Other-race effect is the reduced ability to recognize strangers' faces of another race relative to strangers' faces of one's own race. Many studies have demonstrated the reliability of this effect (see Meissner & Brigham, 2001, for a review). And a number of studies suggest that experience beginning in infancy is important for the development…
psysci.com/2012/11/04/experience-and-the-other-race-effect/
Perception abstract
www.perceptionweb.com/abstract.cgi?id=p6136
Deric Bownds' MindBlog: The Other-Race Effect -Perceptual Narrowing develops during infancy
We are more susceptible to recognition errors when a target face is from an unfamiliar racial group, rather than our own racial group. This is referred to as the "other race effect.
mindblog.dericbownds.net/2007/12/other-race-effect-perceptual-narrowing.html
Other Race Effect - Biological Clues To Why They All Look Alike
We've all had an Asian person say, 'All you Americans look alike' - but they aren't being racist, there may be some biology at work.The brain works differently when memorizing the face of a person from one's own race, according to a study which used EEG
www.science20.com/news_articles/other_race_effect_biological_clues_why_they_all_look_alike-80520
Seeing race: the Other-Race Effect | MetaFilter
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