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"Not face" is universal part of language. May 1, 2016 462
Looking trustworthy but not competent. Brief article Dec 1, 2015 203
The science of a smile: change your face, change your outcome. Achor, Shawn Dec 1, 2015 250
How (and why) to give the perfect gift. Achor, Shawn Dec 1, 2015 641
Transformation of meaning through relations of sameness and opposition. Perez, William Ferreira; de Almeida, Joao Henrique; de Rose, Julio C. Clinical report Dec 1, 2015 8206
Judgments of monkey's (Macaca mulatta) facial expressions by humans: does housing condition "affect" countenance? Gulledge, Jonathan P.; Fernandez-Carriba, Samuel; Rumbaugh, Duane M.; Washburn, David A. Report Mar 1, 2015 3504
Consistency of the relation between individual facial cues and the perceived suggestibility and trustworthiness across varying facial expressions. Nurmoja, Merle; Bachmann, Talis Jun 1, 2014 6585
Facial expressions and vision. Brief article Mar 28, 2014 165
Effects of different musical stimuli in vital signs and facial expressions in patients with cerebral damage: a pilot study. Ribeiro, Ana Sofia Fernandes; Ramos, Antonio; Bermejo, Emilia; Casero, Monica; Corrales, Jose Manuel Report Mar 22, 2014 5406
The effect of nonverbal cues on the interpretation of utterances by people with visual impairments. Sak-Wernicka, Jolanta Report Mar 1, 2014 4922
The effects of smiling and frowning on perceived affect and exertion while physically active. Philippen, Philipp B.; Bakker, Frank C.; Oudejans, Raoul R.D.; Canal-Bruland, Ronwen Report Aug 23, 2012 6642
Duchess of Cambridge Cheers on Andy Murray at Wimbledon: The Many Faces of Kate Middleton. Jul 5, 2012 148
Facial affect recognition's role in aggression explored. Brunk, Doug Report Apr 1, 2012 520
No comment. Well, maybe a few. Grayson, Mary Editorial Mar 1, 2012 552
All liars have viewable "tells". Brief article Aug 1, 2011 214
Effects of botox go beyond the face: freezing the frown muscle may hamper emotional sensitivity. Bower, Bruce Jul 31, 2010 377
Young kids can't face up to disgust: until age 5, ability to interpret facial expressions is limited. Bower, Bruce Jun 19, 2010 422
Cognitive-emotional interactions: evidence from sad facial expressions. Khetrapal, Neha Report Jul 1, 2009 2834
You can't fool me: face-reading technology tough to dupe. Rusling, Matthew Brief article Dec 1, 2008 328
Where funny faces come from: looking afraid once served a different purpose. Maxmen, Amy Jul 19, 2008 344
Poster session: Nitschke Hall 9:00-11:00 AM. Mar 1, 2008 21513
Copycat monkeys: macaque babies ape adults' facial feats. Bower, B. Sep 9, 2006 564
We can tell when you're lying. Aug 1, 2006 302
Babies prune their focus: perception narrows toward infancy's end. Bower, B. Apr 22, 2006 507
Psychopaths appear less attuned to facial emotions. Finn, Robert Dec 1, 2004 348
Neural feel for seeing: emotion may mold early visual activity in brain. Bower, B. Nov 27, 2004 457
Infants' emotional expressions in response to social and non-social stimuli. Losonczy, Marta E. Sep 22, 2004 6443
Brain perks up to uncertain threats. (Neuroscience). Brief Article Jun 21, 2003 199
Facial processing defect in autism tied to poor relationships. (Two Lines of Study). Finn, Robert Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 477
Facing mania. (Clinical Capsules). Splete, Heidi Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 98
How People Assess Others' Emotions. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 390
Preschoolers get grip on hidden emotions. Bower, Bruce Aug 2, 1997 656
The perception and attribution of facial asymmetry in normal adults. Kowner, Rotem Jun 22, 1997 5436
The mirthless content of Skarphedinn's grin. Ai, Low Soon Mar 22, 1996 3834
Type As get a facial. Jul 7, 1990 309
Baby faces show the right side of emotion. Bower, Bruce Mar 11, 1989 497
The nature and nurture of emotions. Young, Patrick Jan 28, 1989 418
Anatomy of a lying smile. Mar 19, 1988 286
Facelift for newborn imitation. Feb 20, 1988 182
Faces of emotion: social or innate? Bower, Bruce Sep 5, 1987 578
The face of emotion; facial expressions may create feelings as well as communicate them; the possibility, at least, should be explored, says one researcher. Bower, Bruce Jul 6, 1985 1401

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