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People Аre Аble to Рecognize and Interpret the Emotional Facial Expressions of Those in Their Own Race Faster Than Those Who Are a Different Race



Race is not something which should define how we perceive an individual. However, in many cases, people are not only better at recognizing those of their own race (the so-called cross-race effect), they are also better able to recognize and interpret the emotional facial expressions of the people in their own race than those of a different race. But why does this happen?

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How the world sees America.

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Two-Face sketch from Cincinnati Comic Con.
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Two-Face sketch from Cincinnati Comic Con.

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Nobody can teach me who I am. You can describe parts of me, but who I am - and what I need - is something I have to find out myself.
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Whenever one person felt tired or couldn’t do it anymore, everyone would come together and we’d start running and we’d do exercices and we’d start singing or dancing or anything - Kaya Scodelario

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Every day, the maze runners follow the same procedure. (x)

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Ki Hong Lee about his character Minho.

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