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Rafael Manuel López Pérez http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9819-8232

Fernando Gordillo León

Miguel Ángel Pérez Nieto

Lilia Mestas Hernández

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Resumen

En el contexto del debate de la universalidad de la expresión y reconocimiento de la expresión facial, se estudió cómo las personas perciben diferentes emociones en una misma expresión facial y el papel de la experiencia, dentro de diferentes culturas, en este proceso. Se utilizaron doce expresiones faciales obtenidas del Diagnostic Analysis of Nonverbal Accuracy-Adult Faces (DANVA), administrando una tarea de reconocimiento emocional a 90 sujetos (mexicanos y españoles). Ante la expresión de ira, la muestra mexicana percibió en menor grado las emociones no predominantes, respecto a la muestra española. Se discuten los resultados dentro de las teorías neodarwinianas de la emoción, entendiendo que podría derivarse del sesgo generado por la mayor experiencia negativa que la población mexicana tiene.

Keywords

Emoción, expresión facial, contexto socioculturalemotion, facial expression, sociocultural context

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López Pérez, R. M., Gordillo León, F., Pérez Nieto, M. Ángel, & Mestas Hernández, L. (2018). Cultura, experiencias negativas y diferencias en la percepción de la expresión facial de ira. Universitas Psychologica, 17(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy17-1.cend
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