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Angry facial expressions bias towards aversive actions

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Kroczek, Leon O. H. ; Lingnau, Angelika ; Schwind, Valentin ; Wolff, Christian ; Mühlberger, Andreas

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Social interaction requires fast and efficient processing of another person’s intentions. In face-to-face interactions, aversive or appetitive actions typically co-occur with emotional expressions, allowing an observer to anticipate action intentions. In the present study, we investigated the influence of facial emotions on the processing of action intentions. Thirty-two participants were ...


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