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  • Smiling is not a universal sign of happiness, according to modern neuroscience

    Forbes - 03/20/2017

    Lisa Feldman Barrett, a Northeastern University professor of psychology, is at the forefront of the “constructed emotion” theory. In this view, emotions aren’t standard across all human brains. For example: Fear does not have a specific operating location in the brain, nor does it create a universal response, like widening your eyes.

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