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Sackeim (1978)

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Alistair Sutton

on 14 February 2014

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Transcript of Sackeim (1978)

Sackeim (1978)
Method
Pictures of people's faces showing different emotions were cut down the middle. New pictures were created with each half face and its mirror image. Then each pair of new faces was shown to participants. They were asked which picture they like better.
Aim
To look at the relationship between facial expressions and the hemispheres of the brain.
Results
The majority of participants said they preferred the picture of the left half face and its reflection. When asked why, they said the person in the picture looked ‘warmer’.
Practical Application
When taking a picture to be used in public or advertise something, have the left side of the face showing more than the right.
Conclusion
The left side of the face seems to express emotion much more than the right side
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