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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Motor production may play an important role in learning to recognize facial expressions. The present study explores the influence of facial production training on the perception of facial expressions by employing a novel production training intervention built on feedback from automated facial expression recognition. We hypothesized that production training using the automated feedback system would improve an individual's ability to identify dynamic emotional faces. Thirty-four participants weredoi:10.1007/978-3-642-33868-7_27 fatcat:hf62tjprqjblrbycth2vqao3za