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.
Researchers reveal a horse can read and remember people's emotional facial expressions.
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Whether a person is familiar to the animal or not, horses integrate human facial expressions and vocal tones to perceive human emotion, a new study reports.
According to a new study, researchers have discovered horses share some surprisingly similar facial expressions to chimps and humans. The study helps explain how facial expressions can be used as a form of communication.
Biased attention to sad faces increases the risk of teenagers developing depression, a new study reports.
Contrary to popular believe, sex differences do not influence the ability to recognize faces.
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.
A single, universal facial expression is interpreted across many cultures as the embodiment of negative emotion, researchers report.
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.
A new study reports researchers have identified the area of the brain they believe to be responsible for recognizing human facial expressions.