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Visual adaptation enhances action sound discrimination

York , Heslington, York YO10 5DD , UK 2 Nick E. Barraclough Prolonged exposure, or adaptation, to a stimulus in 1 modality can bias, but also enhance, perception of a subsequent stimulus presented ... might represent a mechanism by which our perceptual system optimally calibrates itself to our dynamic multimodal social environment. Author note Nick E. Barraclough, Department of Psychology, University

A database of whole-body action videos for the study of action, emotion, and untrustworthiness

We present a database of high-definition (HD) videos for the study of traits inferred from whole-body actions. Twenty-nine actors (19 female) were filmed performing different actions—walking, picking up a box, putting down a box, jumping, sitting down, and standing and acting—while conveying different traits, including four emotions (anger, fear, happiness, sadness), ...

From single cells to social perception

Nick E. Barraclough () 1 David I. Perrett 0 0 School of Psychology, University of St Andrews , Scotland KY16 9JP , UK 1 Department of Psychology, University of Hull , Hull, East Yorkshire, HU6 7RX