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Ekmans facial feedback hypothesis

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Skip to search form Skip to main content. It addresses criticisms of the data, considers implications for emotional and social processes, and advises directions for future research. The current data support the following: Facial actions are sensitive to social context, yet correspond to the affective dimension of emotions; matches with specific emotions are unlikely. View on Springer. Alternate Sources. Save to Library.

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