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Members of highly social species decode, interpret and react to the emotion of a conspecific depending on whether the other belongs to the same (ingroup) or different (outgroup) social group. While studies indicate that consciously perceived emotional stimuli drive social categorization, information about how implicit emotional stimuli and specific physiological signatures affect social categorization is lacking. We addressed this issue by exploring whether subliminal and supraliminal affectivedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5285776.v1 fatcat:aecsagcusbhg7fhd6wbb4gk2va