Author Reply: Aligning Social Relations With Faces, Words, and Emotions

Emotion Review 13 (2):96-100 (2021)
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How do facial movements and verbal statements relate to emotional processes? A familiar answer is that the primary phenomenon is an internally located emotion that may then get expressed on the fac...



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