Processing of Facial Blends of Emotion: Support for Right Hemisphere Cognitive Aging

@article{Prodan2007ProcessingOF,
  title={Processing of Facial Blends of Emotion: Support for Right Hemisphere Cognitive Aging},
  author={Călin I. Prodan and Diana M. Orbelo and Elliott D. Ross},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2007},
  volume={43},
  pages={196-206}
}
Clinical research on facial emotions has focused primarily on differences between right and left hemiface. Social psychology, however, has suggested that differences between upper versus lower facial displays may be more important, especially during social interactions. We demonstrated previously that upper facial displays are perceived preferentially by the right hemisphere, while lower facial displays are perceived preferentially by the left hemisphere. A marginal age-related effect was… CONTINUE READING
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