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This task aims to measure judgment in the domains of trustworthiness (social), attractiveness (social), happiness (affective), and cognitive age (cognitive). Participants are presented with stimuli are required to evaluate each voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.” Judgments may be made based on stimuli including voices, faces, or other characteristics.
Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago

Descendant of: social judgment task
complex trait judgment task has been asserted to measure the following CONCEPTS

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EXTERNAL DATASETS for complex trait judgment task
Dataset #1 Neural correlates of explicit social judgments on vocal stimuli.
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An indicator is a specific quantitative or qualitative variable that is recorded for analysis. These may include behavioral variables (such as response time, accuracy, or other measures of performance) or physiological variables (including genetics, psychophysiology, or brain imaging data).


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"This task and its attributes were duplicated from social judgment task on April 28, 2015."
VSochat (about two years ago)

Term History

REVISION 6

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task aims to measure judgment in the domains of trustworthiness (social), attractiveness (social), happiness (affective), and cognitive age (cognitive). Participants are presented with stimuli are required to evaluate each voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.” Judgments may be made based on stimuli including voices, faces, or other characteristics.

REVISION 5

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task aims to measure judgment in the domains of trustworthiness (social), attractiveness (social), happiness (affective), and cognitive age (cognitive). Participants hear voices, are required to evaluate each voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.” Judgments may be made based on voices, faces, or other characteristics.

REVISION 4

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task aims to measure judgment in the domains of trustworthiness (social), attractiveness (social), happiness (affective), and cognitive age (cognitive). Participants hear voices, are required to evaluate each voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.”

REVISION 3

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task aims to measure social judgment in the domains of trustworthiness, attractiveness, happiness, and cognitive age. Participants hear voices, are required to evaluate each voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.”

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task aims to measure social judgment in the domains of trustworthiness, attractiveness, happiness, and cognitive age. Participants hear voices, are required to evaluate the voice based on 4 different questions: “(Who do you regard as) More trustworthy?,” “More attractive?,” “Happier?,” and “Older?.”

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:broadly describing many disparate subtasks, a social judgment task typically describes one in which participants are asked to decide what other people are thinking or would think, or to interpret their behavior

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Neural correlates of explicit social judgments on vocal stimuli.
Hensel L, Bzdok D, Müller VI, Zilles K, Eickhoff SB
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) (Cereb Cortex)
2015 May
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