≪Organizer Abstract≫
Over the past few decades, face processing has become one of the most important topics in psychology. Faces convey a wide range of information such as identity, personal traits, emotions, and intentions, and there has been significant progress towards understanding the mechanisms of face recognition, including brain activation. Although many of these studies have focused on a single face, in many situations it is necessary to recognize a face and infer personal traits from a group of faces. Some studies have demonstrated that face processing is influenced by being with others and by the observer's intrinsic states and hierarchy. Furthermore, voices can call attention to certain types of faces in a group. In this session, four young researchers will introduce their studies related to face processing. Through these topics, we will discuss possible ways to extend and revise the existing face processing models.
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