I Can Feel You Are Smiling Happily: Distinguishing between Real and Posed Smiles from Observers' Peripheral Physiology
The ability to recognise facial expression is crucial to human social interaction and plays an integral part in most social interaction scenarios. Being able to understand genuine facial expressions is considered a valuable social skill. In this context, a smile is treated as a major facial display that can be recognised easily, but can be confusing. Genuine smiles are usually labelled as both showing and feeling happiness, but posed smiles are far less likely...[Show more]
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