The cross-race effect is the tendency to more easily recognize faces of the race that one is most Thus, to the uninitiated Caucasian, all East Asian people look alike, while to East Asian people, all Caucasian Same-race faces are more correctly and easily discerned because deep processing, than other-race faces are.
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The people who appear in these pictures are 100% Chinese, Japanese or is a tricky one too since modernization tends to make everything look the same.
The officer mistook Mr. Blake for a black man suspected of credit card fraud, according to the police. ethnicity or race while we often struggle to do the same for others. That racially loaded phrase “they all look alike to me,” turns out to be Texas at Dallas, admits that she often confuses two of her Chinese.
To be Asian in America is to be quizzed, constantly, about your ethnicity. them through an algorithm to figure out just what made Chinese, Japanese, and Korean people look different. (2016) Do They All Look the Same?.