Published: Jennifer Rennels, Andrea Kayl, and Kirsty Kulhanek

Jennifer L. Rennels, Andrea J. Kayl, and Kirsty M. Kulhanek (all Psychology) published an article, "Individual Differences in Infants’ Temperament Affect Face Processing" in Brain Sciences for a special issue on The Study of Eye Movements in Infancy. This research demonstrates how infants' surgency and orienting affect their face processing and recognition of familiar and unfamiliar race faces posing neutral or pleasant expressions.

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