Mirroring Facial Expressions and Emotions in Dyadic Conversations

LREC 2016 Costanza Navarretta

This paper presents an investigation of mirroring facial expressions and the emotions which they convey in dyadic naturally occurring first encounters. Mirroring facial expressions are a common phenomenon in face-to-face interactions, and they are due to the mirror neuron system which has been found in both animals and humans... (read more)

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