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<p>Participants received social feedback based on the willingness to be met by other participants. Each facial stimulus (represented in by ovals instead of the originally presented faces) was presented for a total of 8 second-blocks, with an overlapping feedback symbol during the last 6 seconds. Acceptance, rejection or no-feedback (control condition) was indicated by a happy, sad, or neutral draw of a face. Originally presented images were contained in a preexisting face database: Martinez AM, Benavente R. The AR Face Database CVC Tech. Report #24 [Internet]. 1998. Available: <a href="http://www2.ece.ohio-state.edu/~aleix/ARdatabase.html" target="_blank">http://www2.ece.ohio-state.edu/~aleix/ARdatabase.html</a>.</p

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