To which world regions does the valence–dominance model of social perception apply?

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Jones, Benedict C., DeBruine, Lisa M., Flake, Jessica K., Liuzza, Marco Tullio, Antfolk, Jan, Arinze, Nwadiogo C., Ndukaihe, Izuchukwu L. G., Bloxsom, Nicholas G., Lewis, Savannah C., Foroni, Francesco, Willis, Megan L., Cubillas, Carmelo P., Vadillo, Miguel A., Turiegano, Enrique, Gilead, Michael, Simchon, Almog, Saribay, S. Adil, Owsley, Nicholas C., Jang, Chaning, ... Coles, Nicholas A.. (2021). To which world regions does the valence–dominance model of social perception apply? Nature Human Behaviour. 5(1), pp. 159-169. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-020-01007-2
AuthorsJones, Benedict C., DeBruine, Lisa M., Flake, Jessica K., Liuzza, Marco Tullio, Antfolk, Jan, Arinze, Nwadiogo C., Ndukaihe, Izuchukwu L. G., Bloxsom, Nicholas G., Lewis, Savannah C., Foroni, Francesco, Willis, Megan L., Cubillas, Carmelo P., Vadillo, Miguel A., Turiegano, Enrique, Gilead, Michael, Simchon, Almog, Saribay, S. Adil, Owsley, Nicholas C., Jang, Chaning, Mburu, Georgina, Gibson, Dustin P., Wlodarczyk, Anna, Qi, Yue, Ariyabuddiphongs, Kris, Jarukasemthawee, Somboon, Manley, Harry, Suavansri, Panita, Taephant, Nattasuda, Stolier, Ryan M., Evans, Thomas R., Bonick, Judson, Lindemans, Jan W., Ashworks, Logan F., Hahn, Amanda C., Chevallier, Coralie, Kapucu, Aycan, Karaaslan, Aslan, Leongómez, Juan David, Sanchez, Oscar R., Valderrama, Eugenio, Vásquez-Amézquita, Milena, Hajdu, Nandor, Aczel, Balazs, Szecsi, Peter, Andreychik, Michael, Musser, Erica D., Batres, Carlota, Chuan-Peng, Hu, Qing-Lan, Liu, Legate, Nicole, Vaughn, Leigh Ann, Barzykowski, Krystian, Golik, Karolina, Schmid, Irina, Stieger, Stefan, Artner, Richard, Mues, Chiel, Vanpaemel, Wolf, Jiang, Zhonqing, Wu, Qi, Marcu, Gabriela M., Stephen, Ian D., Lu, Jackson G., Philipp, Michael C., Arnal, Jack D., Hehman, Eric, Xie, Sally Y., Chopik, William J., Seehuus, Martin, Azouaghe, Soufian, Belhaj, Abdelkarim, Elouafa, Jamal, Wilson, John P., Kruse, Elliot, Papadatou-Pastou, Marietta, De la Rosa-Gomez, Anabel, Barba-Sanchez, Alan E., Gonzalez-Santoyo, Isaac, Hsu, Tsuyueh, Kung, Chun-Chia, Wang, Hsiao-Hsin, Freeman, Jonathon B., Oh, Dong Won, Schei, Vidar, Sverdrup, Therese E., Levitan, Carmel A., Cook, Corey L., Chandel, Priyanka, Kujur, Pratibha, Parganiha, Arti, Parveen, Noorshama, Pati, Atanu Kumar, Pradhan, Sraddha, Singh, Margaret M., Pande, Babita, Bavolar, Jozef, Kačmár, Pavol, Zakharov, Ilya, Alvarez-Solas, Sara, Baskin, Ernest, Thirkettle, Martin, Schmidt, Kathleen, Christopherson, Cody D., Leonis, Trinity, Suchow, Jordan W., Olofsson, Jonas K., Jernsäther, Teodor, Lee, Ai-Suan, Beaudry, Jennifer L., Gogan, Taylor D., Oldmeadow, Julian A., Balas, Benjamin, Stevens, Laura M., Colloff, Melissa F., Flowe, Heather D., Gulgoz, Sami, Brandt, Mark J., Hoyer, Karlijn, Jaeger, Bastian, Ren, Dongning, Sleegers, Willem W. A., Wissink, Joeri, Kaminski, Gwenael, Floerke, Victoria A., Urry, Heather L., Chen, Sau-Chin, Pfuhl, Gerit, Vally, Zahir, Basnight-Brown, Dana M., Jzerman, Hans, Sarda, Elisa, Neyroud, Lison, Badidi, Touhami, Van der Linden, Nicolas, Tan, Chrystalle D., Kovic, Vanja, Sampaio, Waldir, Ferreira, Paulo, Santos, Diana, Burin, Debora I., Gardiner, Gwendolyn, Protzko, John, Schild, Christoph, Seigala, Karolina A., Zettler, Ingo, O’Mara Kunz, Erin M., Storage, Daniel, Wagemans, Fieke M. A., Saunders, Blair, Sirota, Miroslav, Sloane, Guyan V., Lima, Tiago J. S., Uittenhove, Kim, Vergauwe, Evie, Jaworska, Katarzyna, Sterman, Julia, Ask, Karl, van Zyl, Casper J. J., Korner, Anita, Weissgerber, Sophia C., Boudesseul, Jordane, Ruiz-Dodobara, Fernandodo, Ritchie, Kay L., MIchalak, Nicholas M., Blake, Khandis R., White, David, Gordon-FInalson, Alasdair R., Anne, Michele, Janssen, Steve M. J., Lee, Kean Mun, Nielson, Tonje K., Tamnes, Christian K., Zickfeld, Janis H., Rosa, Anna Dalla, Vianello, Michaelangelo, Koscor, Ferenc, Kozma, Luca, Putz, Adam, Tressoldi, Patrizio, Irrazabal, Natalia, Chatard, Armand, Lins, Samuel, Pinto, Isabel R., Lutz, Johannes, Adamkovic, Matus, Babincak, Peter, Banik, Gabriel, Ropovik, Ivan, Coetzee, Vinet, Dixson, Barnaby J. W., Ribeiro, Gianni, Peters, Kim, Steffens, Niklas K., Tan, Kok Wei, Thorstenson, Christopher A., Fernandez, Ana Maria, Hsu, Rafael M. C. S., Valentova, Jaroslava V., Varella, Marco A. C., Corral-Frías, Nadia S., Frias-Armenta, Martha, Hatami, Javad, Monajem, Arash, Sharifian, Mohammad, Frohlich, Brooke, Lin, Hause, Inzlicht, Michael, Alaei, Ravin, Rule, Nicholas O., Lamm, Claus, Pronizius, Ekaterina, Voracek, Martin, Olsen, Jerome, Giolla, Erik Mac, Akgoz, Aysegul, Özdoğru, Asil A., Crawford, Matthew T., Bennett-Day, Brooke, Koehn, Monica A., Okan, Ceylan, Gill, Tripat, Miller, Jeremy K., Dunham, Yarrow, Yang, XIn, Alper, Sin, Borros-Guevera, Martha Lucia, Cai, Sun Jun, Tiantian, Dong, Danvers, Alexander F., Feinberg, David R., Armstrong, Marie M., Gilboa-Schechtman, Eva, McCarthy, Randy J., Muñoz-Reyes, Jose Antonio, Antonio, Jose, Shiramazu, Victor K. M., Yan, Wen-Jing, Carvalho, Lilian, Forscher, Patrick S. and Coles, Nicholas A.
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Over the past 10 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 judgements of faces. Because this model has primarily been developed and tested in Western regions, it is unclear whether these findings apply to other regions. We addressed this question by replicating Oosterhof and Todorov’s methodology across 11 world regions, 41 countries and 11,570 participants. When we used Oosterhof and Todorov’s original analysis strategy, the valence–dominance model generalized across regions. When we used an alternative methodology to allow for correlated dimensions, we observed much less generalization. Collectively, these results suggest that, while the valence–dominance model generalizes very well across regions when dimensions are forced to be orthogonal, regional differences are revealed when we use different extraction methods and correlate and rotate the dimension reduction solution.

Keywordssocial perception; generalizability; social judgments; extraction; dominance; regional variations; regions
Year2021
JournalNature Human Behaviour
Journal citation5 (1), pp. 159-169
PublisherNature Publishing Group
ISSN2397-3374
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-020-01007-2
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