In this article we describe two of those discoveries – the universality of facial expressions of emotion and the existence of microexpressions – because of their .
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For centuries, we've believed that facial expressions mirror our innermost emotions. But recent research has found that may be far from the truth.
Understanding the different categories of facial expressions of emotion regularly used by us is essential to gain insights into human cognition.