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A Google Glass App That Detects People’s Emotions
Human is happy
Across Languages, Positive Words Are Used More Than Negative Ones
Spanish Twitter is the cheeriest. Chinese books are the most depressing.
Robot Reads Novels, Writes Songs About Them
Listen to Lord of the Flies, A Clockwork Orange, The Little Prince, and more.
Facial Expressions Aren’t As Universal As Scientists Have Thought
A new study contradicts the common assumption that emotion-based facial expressions are recognized across cultures.
Being In Love Makes Water Taste Sweeter
Scientific proof that love is a sweet, sweet thing
FYI: Can Staying Positive Extend Your Life?
Maybe, but no one has ever proved it.
Why Sad Songs Make Us Happy
So. Many. Feels.
Are Angry Legos Harming Our Children?
A new study suggests the friendly building block sets are featuring more aggressive characters.
Scientists Train People To Not Be Jerks
To be excellent to one another, just try out some Buddhist meditation.
American English Has Become Way More Emotional Than British English
A study comparing mood-related words in U.S. and British books shows that Americans increasingly use emotional words more often.