Steven P. Tipper

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University of York (UK) 
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Enock FE, Tipper SP, Over H. (2021) Intergroup preference, not dehumanization, explains social biases in emotion attribution. Cognition. 216: 104865
Lee R, Flavell JC, Tipper SP, et al. (2021) Spontaneous first impressions emerge from brief training. Scientific Reports. 11: 15024
Eggleston A, Geangu E, Tipper SP, et al. (2021) Young children learn first impressions of faces through social referencing. Scientific Reports. 11: 14744
Konu D, Mckeown B, Turnbull A, et al. (2021) Exploring patterns of ongoing thought under naturalistic and conventional task-based conditions. Consciousness and Cognition. 93: 103139
Vestner T, Over H, Gray KLH, et al. (2021) Searching for people: Non-facing distractor pairs hinder the visual search of social scenes more than facing distractor pairs. Cognition. 214: 104737
Enock FE, Flavell JC, Tipper SP, et al. (2021) No convincing evidence outgroups are denied uniquely human characteristics: Distinguishing intergroup preference from trait-based dehumanization. Cognition. 212: 104682
McKean B, Flavell JC, Over H, et al. (2020) Three minutes to change preferences: perceptual fluency and response inhibition. Royal Society Open Science. 7: 200766
Eggleston A, Flavell JC, Tipper SP, et al. (2020) Culturally learned first impressions occur rapidly and automatically and emerge early in development. Developmental Science
Schenke KC, Wyer N, Tipper S, et al. (2020) Author accepted manuscript: Predictive person models elicit motor biases: the face-inhibition effect revisited. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021820945270
Flavell JC, Over H, Tipper SP. (2019) Competing for affection: Perceptual fluency and ambiguity solution. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
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