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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.

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Neural correlates of explicit social judgments on vocal stimuli.

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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

Sensitivity of N170 and late positive components to social categorization and emotional valence.
Montalan B, Caharel S, Personnaz B, Le Dantec C, Germain R, Bernard C, Lalonde R, Rebaï M
Brain research (Brain Res)
2008 Oct 3