Recent antibiotic use impacts the way in which people pay attention to negative facial expressions. Findings shed light on how antibiotic use can increase the risks of depression.
Researchers say sex influences emotional interpretation of faces and voices. Faces and voices are judged to be male when they are angry and female when they are happy.
Men who are intoxicated with alcohol have impairments when it comes to correctly assessing emotional facial cues in others. Researchers speculate the findings may explain why alcohol use is often associated with harmful interpersonal and social interactions, such as aggression and domestic violence.
Facial expression analysis reveals bronze medalists were more likely to smile on the podium than silver medalists, while gold medalists were displayed the happiest facial expressions.
Study reveals the universality of human facial expressions in response to emotion that spans geographical and cultural borders.
Biased attention to sad faces increases the risk of teenagers developing depression, a new study reports.
Mouse show different facial expression depending on their emotional state. Using machine learning, researchers were able to link five different emotional states to the facial expressions of mice.
The initial reaction of the brain is independent of the facial emotional expression we see. It is only after the eye movement is completed that the brain shows strong responses to the emotional expression of a face.
Many people who experience traumatic brain injury report a loss of empathy following their injury. Researchers consider how to reconnect those who have a TBI with their feelings of empathy and emotional recognition.