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Our most recognizable screams are the most joyful
Happy screams were easier to pick out than those of fear or pain.
Can we make ourselves more empathetic? 100 years of research still has psychologists stumped.
Polygraphs and other emotional sensors are still imperfect after a century of practice.
Dogs Can Tell Whether You’re Happy Or Sad
Meet The Sourpuss Gene
A genetic variant predisposes people to perceive events more negatively than others.
Algorithm Can Tell If Your Smile is Happy or Born of Frustration
You may not notice it — at least not as much as you notice when you smile sarcastically — but … Continued
EEG Monitoring Headband Could Track and Catalog Your Emotional Response to Movies
Films could be indexed by the emotional responses they elicit
New DVD helps autistic kids learn to read emotions
The Ecstasy of Agony
Neuroscience: Almost everybody gets pleasure from some kind of pain.