Pregnant women with a history of bipolar disorder have a difficult time recognizing specific emotions in facial expressions, a new study reveals.
Researchers reveal people are able to correctly identify, with 75% accuracy, expressions of emotion in others based on subtle changes in color around the nose, eyebrows and chin.
People who appear warm and incompetent receive more support in social situations, a new study reports.
The human ability to recognize the facial expressions of dogs is acquired through age and experience and is not an evolutionarily selected trait.
A new article considers why losing a dog can be harder for some to deal with than losing a close friend or family member.
A new study reveals empathy affects perceptions of a dog's facial expressions.