Attentional Bias and Threat in Response to Skin Tone Variation

Chu, Michael C.

Previous research has demonstrated attentional bias towards Black faces using the dot-probe paradigm among White participants. Research has also found that skin tone is a sufficient cue to activate within-race categorization. This current study used the dot-probe paradigm to investigate attentional bias towards Black faces with dark (high Afrocentric feature) and light (low Afrocentri... read more

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