Israeli-led study: Body language, not facial expressions, helps us interpret

Israeli-led study: Body language, not facial expressions, helps us interpret
"The findings contradict the accepted idea that positive and negative feelings are seen in different facial expressions," said Dr. Hillel Aviezer of Hebrew University's psychology department, who headed the research team. In contrast to other studies …
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The Movements: Romanticism
Emotion and psychology as central subjects for artistic exploration, form the bedrock of Romanticism. Convoluted and conflicting as Romanticism may seem, this one emerging theme binds the various strands of this chaotic movement together into a …
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