A new study sheds light into how we recognize facial expressions of emotion. Researchers report our interpretation of emotions expressed facially by others depends upon our pre-conceived understanding of emotion.
A new article considers why losing a dog can be harder for some to deal with than losing a close friend or family member.
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.
The sexier we perceive the piece of music we are listening to, the more sensual we believe the touch of another, or a robot, to be, a new study reports. Researchers note we perceive touch differently depending on the music we are listening to.
Researchers describe the different facial muscle combinations that help make three types of smiles.
According to researchers, people almost always perceive Mona Lisa's facial expression as being happy.
A new study reveals empathy affects perceptions of a dog's facial expressions.
People who appear warm and incompetent receive more support in social situations, a new study reports.