To Which World Regions Does the Valence-Dominance Model of Social Perception Apply? [ Registered Report Stage 1 - Protocol]

2019-01-25T09:35:11Z (GMT) by Benedict C. Jones Lisa M. DeBruine Jessica K. Flake Balazs Aczel Matus Adamkovic Ravin Alaei Sinan Alper Sara Alvarez Solas Michael R. Andreychik Daniel Ansari Jack D. Arnal Peter Babinčák Benjamin Balas Gabriel Banik Krystian Barzykowski Ernest Baskin Carlota Batres Jennifer L. Beaudry Khandis R. Blake Nicholas Bloxsom Martha L. Borras Guevara Mark J. Brandt Debora I. Burin Dustin P. Calvillo Lilian Carvalho Priyanka Chandel Armand Chatard Sau-chin Chen Coralie Chevallier William J. Chopik Cody D. Christopherson Vinet Coetzee Nicholas A. Coles Melissa F. Colloff Corey L Cook Matthew T. Crawford Alexander F. Danvers Tiago JS de Lima Barnaby Dixson Tiantian Dong Vilius Dranseika Yarrow Dunham Thomas R. Evans AnaMaria Fernández Paulo RS Ferreira Heather Flowe Patrick S. Forscher Gwendolyn Gardiner Eva Gilboa-Schechtman Michael Gilead Tripat Gill Taylor D. Gogan Isaac González-Santoyo Amanda C. Hahn Nándor Hajdú Javad Hatami Eric Hehman Chuan-Peng Hu Hans IJzerman Michael Inzlicht Natalia Irrazabal Bastian Jaeger Chaning Jang Steve MJ Janssen Zhongqing Jiang Julia Jünger Pavol Kačmár Gwenael Kaminski Aycan Kapucu Aslan Karaaslan Monica A. Koehn Vanja Kovic Pratibha Kujur Chun-Chia Kung Claus Lamm Ai-Suan Lee Nicole Legate Juan David Leongómez Carmel Levitan Hause Lin Samuel Lins Qinglan Liu Marco Tullio Liuzza Johannes Lutz Harry Manley Tara Marshall Georgina W. Mburu Randy McCarthy Nicholas Michalak Jeremy Miller Arash Monajem JoseAntonio Muñoz Reyes Erica D. Musser Lison Neyroud Tonje K Nielsen Erin M. O'Mara Ceylan Okan Julian A. Oldmeadow Jerome Olsen Asil A Özdoğru Babita Pande Marietta Papadatou-Pastou Arti Parganiha Noorshama Parveen Gerit Pfuhl Michael C. Philipp Isabel R. Pinto Pablo Polo Sraddha Pradhan John Protzko Yue Qi Dongning Ren Ivan Ropovik Nicholas O Rule Waldir M. Sampaio Oscar R. Sánchez Diana R. Santos S. Adil Saribay Blair Saunders Vidar Schei Christoph Schild Irina Schmid Kathleen Schmidt Martin Seehuus Mohammad Hasan Sharifian Victor KM Shiramizu Almog Simchon Margaret M Singh Miroslav Sirota Guyan Sloane Ian D. Stephen Stefan Stieger Daniel Storage Juncai Sun Therese E. Sverdrup Peter Szecsi Christian K. Tamnes Chrystalle B.Y. Tan KokWei Tan Martin Thirkettle Enrique Turiegano Kim Uittenhove Heather L. Urry Miguel A Vadillo Eugenio Valderrama Jaroslava Varella Valentova Nicolas Van der Linden Wolf Vanpaemel Marco AC Varella Milena Vásquez-Amézquita LeighAnn Vaughn Evie Vergauwe Michelangelo Vianello Martin Voracek David White Megan L. Willis John Paul Wilson Anna J. Wlodarczyk Qi Wu Sally Y. Xie Wen-Jing Yan Xin Yang Ilya Zakharov Ingo Zettler Janis H. Zickfeld Christopher R. Chartier
ABSTRACT: Over the last ten years, Oosterhof and Todorov’s valence-dominance model has emerged as the most prominent account of how people evaluate faces on social dimensions. In this model, two dimensions (valence and dominance) underpin social judgments of faces. To which world regions this model applies is a critical, yet unanswered, question. We will address this question by replicating Oosterhof and Todorov’s methodology across multiple world regions.