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Emotional cues found more in body language than facial expression

Recent research at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem suggests that when it comes to expressing emotions, our facial cues – smiling, frowning, scowling, for example – may be less important than the rest of our body language. Read the full article or listen to the story on NPR.

Correctly interpreting emotional cues can be of crucial importance in understanding people and dealing with them effectively. Do we in practice rely too much on facial expressions? ┬áCan you identify a stance or pose that would express happiness even in the absence of a smile?… Read the rest

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