In three experiments (N=183) we analyzed whether and how social attention driven by the observation of other’s movement toward an object is modulated by social variables (membership). Results showed a robust effect of grasping on individual's attention and a more rapid detection when observing a outgroup member perceived as menacing (Iraqui) grasping threat-related objects (a weapon).

Capellini, R., Sacchi, S. (2018). The Role of the Group Membership on Social Attention Driven by Action Observation. In Proceedings of 2018 SPSP Annual Convention.

The Role of the Group Membership on Social Attention Driven by Action Observation

Capellini, R
;
Sacchi, S
2018

Abstract

In three experiments (N=183) we analyzed whether and how social attention driven by the observation of other’s movement toward an object is modulated by social variables (membership). Results showed a robust effect of grasping on individual's attention and a more rapid detection when observing a outgroup member perceived as menacing (Iraqui) grasping threat-related objects (a weapon).
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social attention, social threat, action observation, outgroup
English
SPSP Annual Convention
Capellini, R., Sacchi, S. (2018). The Role of the Group Membership on Social Attention Driven by Action Observation. In Proceedings of 2018 SPSP Annual Convention.
Capellini, R; Sacchi, S
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