Contact: Inga Kiderra
University of California - San Diego
Caption: Researchers showed experimental participants still photographs of faces computer-morphed to express ambiguous emotion and instructed them to think of these faces as either angry or happy. Once an ambiguous look was interpreted, it biased subsequent perception.
Credit: Courtesy of Piotr Winkielman, UC San Diego.
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