•Self-relevant effect of strangers who have no explicit social relevance with participants but sharing the same surname was found.•This self-relevant effect was observed in both two stages of attention orienting responses.•These findings expand our understanding of the significant social adaptive value of surname in Chinese culture.
Neuroscience Letters – Elsevier
Published: Mar 6, 2018
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