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Visual Exposure Predicts Infants’ Ability to Follow Another’s Gaze

Gaze following typically emerges in infancy, and new research looking at preterm infants suggests that it’s visual experience, not maturational age, that underlies this critical ability. ... More>


Science Confirms Looking Angry Gets People To Do What You Want


Look Angry If You Want People to Give In


Angry Faces Back Up Verbal Threats, Making Them Seem More Credible

Angry expressions lend weight to a negotiator’s threat to walk away from the table, leading the other party to offer more money than they otherwise would have. ... More>


Trust the Face or the Body?

Watch Michael Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, present his research on "Trust the Face or the Body? How People Decode Peak Emotions From Out-Group and In-Group Members." ... More>