Reasoning about the implications of facial expressions: a behavioral and fMRI study on low and high social impact.

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Inferring the cause of another person's emotional state is relevant for guiding behavior in social interactions. With respect to their potentially evoked behavioral reactions some emotional states like anger or happiness are considered to have high social impact while others such as fear and sadness have low social impact. We conducted a functional magnetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2014.07.004

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@article{Prochnow2014ReasoningAT, title={Reasoning about the implications of facial expressions: a behavioral and fMRI study on low and high social impact.}, author={Daniel Prochnow and Sascha Brunheim and Luise Steinh{\"a}user and Roswitha Seitz}, journal={Brain and cognition}, year={2014}, volume={90}, pages={165-73} }