Tag: Facial expressions

People With Eye Wrinkles Are Perceived To Be More Sincere According To Study

Often linked to old age, wrinkles around the eyes could make an individual appear more sincere and intense. The new study also revealed that this perception is innate to people.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 12, 2018

Horses Have Lasting Memory Of A Person Based On Emotional Expressions Shown To Them

A new study found that horses can recognize people they initially saw in a photo when they finally meet them in person. The animals’ basis of recognition was the emotion that they first saw from the individual’s snapshot.

Animals April 27, 2018

Humans Are Really Good At Detecting If A Person Is Sick Just By Looking At Their Faces

A new research suggests that humans are excellent at observing facial cues of other people to determine whether they’re sick or not. How is this hopeful, exactly?

CES 2018 January 4, 2018

How We Read Emotions Is Linked To How Our Eyes See: Study

A new study suggests how we read emotions is directly linked to how our eyes see. If we squint our eyes or open them wide, they convey several mental states to the receiver, researchers said.

Neuroscience February 24, 2017

Teens With PTSD, Conduct Disorder Can Misidentify Facial Expressions, New Study Reveals

A new study has been conducted in the field of PTSD and conduct disorder. The research has revealed that teens suffering from these problems tend to misidentify facial expressions.

Public Health February 22, 2017

How You Breathe Affects How You Judge Emotions And Recall Memory: Study

New study suggests that the way people breath could be responsible for an easier recognition of fearful facial expressions. The research started after an observation of the brain activity fluctuation correlated to the breathing process.

Neuroscience December 10, 2016

This Is How Your Brain Recognizes Other People's Facial Expressions

The brain functions in so many ways, including recognizing people's facial expression. A new study has revealed what part of the brain is responsible for recognizing facial expressions.

Neuroscience April 22, 2016

New Study Identifies 'Not Face' As Universal Expression Understood Across Cultures

A common universal expression that people involuntarily make when converying statements or emotions of negation has been identified and referred to as the "Not Face".

April 1, 2016

Horses Can Read Facial Expressions And Distinguish If You Are Happy Or Angry

A new study found that horses are able to read human facial expressions. The species are able to use this ability to determine possible harms.

Life February 10, 2016

'Fallout 4' Mod Gives Characters Cartoonish Facial Expressions

Gamers bored with the same old facial expressions from characters while wandering the wastelands of 'Fallout 4' now have a new option: a mod that adds more extreme expressions to characters' faces.

Geek December 2, 2015

Microsoft's Project Oxford Can Now Detect Emotions In Photos

Microsoft announced new updates to Project Oxford, including a new Face API that launched today that can detect a person's emotion in a photo.

Apps/Software November 11, 2015

Experts Study How Babies See The World Around Them

Scientists conducted an experiment and found that newborn babies can see certain things at certain distances.

Life June 30, 2015

Study Provides More Evidence That Dogs Can Read Facial Expressions In Humans

Dogs really are capable of reading humans, differentiating between positive and negative emotions and reacting accordingly. This explains how pooches know when to join in on the fun or avoid a scolding.

Life February 15, 2015

Dogs Recognize Expression On Human Faces

Human facial expressions can be recognized by dogs, even if the animal does not know the person, a new study shows.

February 12, 2015

First impressions are taken at face value, study says

Researchers at the University of York have found that facial features may predict favorable versus unfavorable first impressions.

Internet Culture July 29, 2014

Humans have 21 facial expressions: Computer aids scientists to detect beyond six basic emotions

Scientists have discovered that the human face can make up to 21 facial expressions. Can you imagine what "happily disgusted" looks like?

April 2, 2014

Evolution of facial expression/emotional response traced: The eyes have it

Eyes may provide the basis of all human facial emotions, according to new research. Here is the reason your eyes get wide when you're surprised.

Animals March 22, 2014

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