Xia Fang
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What music makes us feel: At least 13 dimensions organize subjective experiences associated with music across different cultures
AS Cowen, X Fang, D Sauter, D Keltner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (4), 1924-1934, 2020
Seeing mixed emotions: The specificity of emotion perception from static and dynamic facial expressions across cultures
X Fang, DA Sauter, GA Van Kleef
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 49 (1), 130-148, 2018
No guts, no glory? How risk-taking shapes dominance, prestige, and leadership endorsement.
GA Van Kleef, MW Heerdink, A Cheshin, E Stamkou, F Wanders, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (11), 1673, 2021
Person perception from changing emotional expressions: primacy, recency, or averaging effect?
X Fang, GA Van Kleef, DA Sauter
Cognition and Emotion 32 (8), 1597-1610, 2018
Revisiting cultural differences in emotion perception between easterners and westerners: Chinese perceivers are accurate, but see additional non-intended emotions in negative …
X Fang, GA van Kleef, DA Sauter
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 82, 152-159, 2019
Unmasking smiles: The influence of culture and intensity on interpretations of smiling expressions
X Fang, DA Sauter, GA van Kleef
Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science, 1-16, 2019
Deep learning reveals what vocal bursts express in different cultures
JA Brooks, P Tzirakis, A Baird, L Kim, M Opara, X Fang, D Keltner, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (2), 240-250, 2023
Perceiving ingroup and outgroup faces within and across nations
K Kawakami, JP Friesen, X Fang
British Journal of Psychology 113 (3), 551-574, 2022
Cultural differences in perceiving transitions in emotional facial expressions: Easterners show greater contrast effects than westerners
X Fang, GA van Kleef, K Kawakami, DA Sauter
Journal of experimental social psychology 95, 104143, 2021
Culture shapes the distinctiveness of posed and spontaneous facial expressions of anger and disgust
X Fang, DA Sauter, MW Heerdink, GA van Kleef
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 53 (5), 471-487, 2022
Cross-cultural and inter-group research on emotion perception
X Fang, M Rychlowska, J Lange
Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science 6 (1), 1-7, 2022
What music makes us feel: uncovering 13 kinds of emotion evoked by music across cultures
AS Cowen, X Fang, DA Sauter, D Keltner
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 117, 1924-1934, 2020
Impact of similarity on recognition of faces of Black and White targets
K Kawakami, L Vingilis‐Jaremko, JP Friesen, C Meyers, X Fang
British Journal of Psychology 113 (4), 1079-1099, 2022
Facial movements have over twenty dimensions of perceived meaning that are only partially captured with traditional methods
AS Cowen, K Manokara, X Fang, D Sauter, JA Brooks, D Keltner
PsyArXiv, 2021
When to hide your (tears of) joy: Display rules for positive emotions
K Manokara, A Fischer, K Diwan, C Cao, X Fang, D Sauter
Impact of face masks on perceptions of black and white targets during the COVID‐19 pandemic
K Kawakami, K Manokara, X Fang
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (9), e12810, 2023
Decoding Angry and Disgusted Faces Across Cultures: Facial Prototypes and Software Matter
X Fang, K Kawakami
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 1-26, 2024
Registered report “Categorical perception of facial expressions of anger and disgust across cultures”
X Fang, GA van Kleef, K Kawakami, DA Sauter
Cognition and Emotion, 1-17, 2024
The impact of spontaneity and presentation mode on the ingroup advantage in recognizing angry and disgusted facial expressions
X Fang, Y Ge
Acta Psychologica Sinica 56 (6), 701, 2024
How emotion is experienced and expressed in multiple cultures: a large-scale experiment across North America, Europe, and Japan
AS Cowen, JA Brooks, G Prasad, M Tanaka, Y Kamitani, V Kirilyuk, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 15, 1350631, 2024
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