Alina Sue Larson

Alina Sue Larson
University of California, Santa Cruz | UCSC · Department of Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

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Introduction
My research primarily focuses on first impressions in the context of human-computer interaction. More broadly, I am interested in how people dehumanize those they see as different from and/or competitive with themselves, and (re)humanize those they see as resembling and/or helpful to themselves (even when it comes to non-human agents). In my research, I examine language as well as various other forms of multimodal self-expression, such as music, dance, and games.
Additional affiliations
August 2008 - May 2014
Lewis & Clark College
Position
  • Student
Education
August 2008 - May 2012
Lewis & Clark College
Field of study
  • Psychology, Foreign Languages

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Although recent research has shown that the frontal cortex has a critical role in perceptual decision making, an overarching theory of frontal functional organization for perception has yet to emerge. Perceptual decision making is temporally organized such that it requires the processes of selection, criterion setting, and evaluation. We hypothesiz...

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