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Journal of Vision
In the face literature, it is debated whether the identification of facial expressions requires holistic (i.e., whole face) or analytic (i.e., parts-based) information. In this study, happy and angry composite expressions were created in which the top and bottom face halves formed either an incongruent (e.g., angry top ' happy bottom) or congruent composite expression (e.g., happy top ' happy bottom). Participants reported the expression in the target top or bottom half of the face. Indoi:10.1167/9.8.496 fatcat:aipwdvoopfa6pat5c66tn756fy