Sex differences in lateral facial facility: the effects of habitual emotional concealment.

Abstract

Right-handed subjects attempted five different lateral facial actions: winking, eyebrow raising, mouth corner raising, nose wrinkling and mouth corner lowering. Males exhibited significantly greater left side facial facility than did females. The findings lend support to the suggestion that there is a neuroanatomical sex difference in the control of facial… (More)

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