Do Dynamic Facial Expressions Convey Emotions to Children Better than Do Static Ones ?

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Past research has found that children recognize emotions from facial expressions poorly and improve only gradually with agebut the stimuli in such studies have been static faces. Because dynamic faces include more information, it may well be that children more readily recognize emotions from dynamic facial expressions. The current study of children (N=64, 5… (More)

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