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Cross-cultural patterns in emotion recognition: Highlighting design and analytical techniques
This article highlights a range of design and analytical tools for studying the cross-cultural communication of emotion using forced-choice experimental designs. American, Indian, and Japanese participants judged facial expressions from all 3 cultures. A factorial experimental design is used, balanced n × n across cultures, to separate "absolute" cultural differences from "relational" effects characterizing the relationship between the emotion expressor and perceiver. Use of a response biasdoi:10.1037/1528-35220.127.116.11 pmid:12899367 fatcat:q6ulc7hdb5b37fj4nbsdg2w2qi