Behavioural Neurology

Behavioural Neurology / 1996 / Article

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Volume 9 |Article ID 957410 |

H. S. Asthana, M. K. Mandal, "Mirror-Reversal of a Face is Perceived as Expressing Emotions More Intensely", Behavioural Neurology, vol. 9, Article ID 957410, 3 pages, 1996.

Mirror-Reversal of a Face is Perceived as Expressing Emotions More Intensely

Received11 Mar 1996
Accepted10 Oct 1996


This study examined hemispatial bias in a free-viewing condition of the judgement of facial expressions of emotions. Right-handed male subjects were asked to judge the intensity, in terms of expressiveness, of facial emotion in normal and mirror-reversed orientations. Expressions in mirror-reversed orientation were perceived as more intense than in normal orientation.

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