When Age Matters: Differences in Facial Mimicry and Autonomic Responses to Peers' Emotions in Teenagers and Adults

@inproceedings{Ardizzi2014WhenAM,
  title={When Age Matters: Differences in Facial Mimicry and Autonomic Responses to Peers' Emotions in Teenagers and Adults},
  author={Martina Ardizzi and Mariateresa Sestito and Francesca Martini and Maria Alessandra Umilt{\`a} and Roberto Ravera and Vittorio Gallese and Nouchine Hadjikhani},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Age-group membership effects on explicit emotional facial expressions recognition have been widely demonstrated. In this study we investigated whether Age-group membership could also affect implicit physiological responses, as facial mimicry and autonomic regulation, to observation of emotional facial expressions. To this aim, facial Electromyography (EMG) and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia (RSA) were recorded from teenager and adult participants during the observation of facial expressions… CONTINUE READING
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