A new study reports 3D images of facial expressions evoke stronger emotional responses than traditional 2D images.
A new study aims to find out if people can identify their cat's emotions through their facial expressions. The researchers hope their findings will help better manage the welfare and health of these popular pets.
A new questionnaire that uses emoticon-like facial expressions could help teachers to communicate complex emotions with young children.
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.
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.
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.