Susanne Quadflieg, PhD

University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
"Susanne Quadflieg"
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Wang Y, Schubert TW, Quadflieg S. (2020) Behavioral and Neural Evidence for an Evaluative Bias against Other People's Mundane Interracial Encounters. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Thomas J, Quadflieg S, O'Hara L. (2015) Implicit out-group preference is associated with eating disorders symptoms amongst Emirati females. Eating Behaviors. 21: 48-53
Wang Y, Thomas J, Weissgerber SC, et al. (2015) The Headscarf Effect Revisited: Further Evidence for a Culture-Based Internal Face Processing Advantage. Perception. 44: 328-336
Wang Y, Quadflieg S. (2015) In our own image? Emotional and neural processing differences when observing human-human vs human-robot interactions. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Quadflieg S, Gentile F, Rossion B. (2015) The neural basis of perceiving person interactions. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Quadflieg S, Michel C, Bukowski H, et al. (2014) A database of psycholinguistic and lexical properties for French adjectives referring to human and/or nonhuman attributes. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 68: 67-76
Flannigan N, Miles LK, Quadflieg S, et al. (2013) Seeing the unexpected: Counterstereotypes are implicitly bad Social Cognition. 31: 712-720
Quadflieg S, Vermeulen N, Rossion B. (2013) Differential Reliance on the Duchenne Marker During Smile Evaluations and Person Judgments Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 37: 69-77
Quadflieg S, Todorov A, Laguesse R, et al. (2012) Normal face-based judgements of social characteristics despite severely impaired holistic face processing Visual Cognition. 20: 865-882
Quadflieg S, Rossion B. (2011) When perception and attention collide: Neural processing in EBA and FBA. Cognitive Neuroscience. 2: 209-10
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