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Face It, Our Faces Don’t Always Reveal Our True Emotions

News   Feb 27, 2019 | Original Press Release from UC Berkeley

 
Face It, Our Faces Don’t Always Reveal Our True Emotions

People can read emotions, even when they can't see facial expressions, by studying the context. Credit: Jeffrey Zhang

 
 
 

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