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“…In 95% of mammals, females are essentially responsible for rearing the offspring [57]. Cárdenas and colleagues [42] found that women took longer time and looked more often at unknown infant faces, than at unknown adults. The authors explained this as an adaptation of human cognition to infant care as a result of alloparental care in humans.…”
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“…In 95% of mammals, females are essentially responsible for rearing the offspring [57]. Cárdenas and colleagues [42] found that women took longer time and looked more often at unknown infant faces, than at unknown adults. The authors explained this as an adaptation of human cognition to infant care as a result of alloparental care in humans.…”
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“…Alloparental investment is common in humans, because human infants are very costly to raise. The assistance of alloparents could thus act as a benefit for reproductive success [42]. In this case, the stimulus baby schema should not only lead to a positive emotional reaction, but may also provoke prioritized attention as stimuli with high biological relevance are assumed to be processed preferably by the attentional system [43].…”
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“…This has led to the assumption that women might be better tuned than men to reading emotional expressions in infants (Babchuk et al, 1985; Cárdenas et al, 2013; Hahn et al, 2013). However, while behavioral studies sometimes find gender differences (Cárdenas et al, 2013; Hahn et al, 2013), others do not (Brosch et al, 2007; Parsons et al, 2011; Borgi et al, 2014).…”
Section: Study 2: Infant Emotion Recognition By Experiencementioning
“…This has been shown when infant faces were provided as viewing options along with same-sex and opposite-sex adult faces ; but see Parsons, Young, Kumari, Stein, & Kringelbach, 2011) as well as when animal faces were used as additional viewing options (Charles, Alexander, & Saenz, 2013). Similarly, infant faces have been shown to capture women's attention to a greater extent that same-sex or opposite-sex faces, whereas infant faces capture men's attention more so than same-sex faces, but much less than opposite-sex faces (Cárdenas, Harris, & Becker, 2013; but see Brosch et al, 2007).…”
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