Study Finds There Are Only 4 Human Emotions

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Study Finds There Are Only 4 Human Emotions

Contrary to previous findings indicating that there are six “classic” human emotions, research published in the journal Current Biology found that when asked to analyze computer-generated facial animations, subjects only distinguished between four “basic” emotions. What do you think?

  • “That seems way more manageable.”

    Doug Moseley
    Event Booker
  • “Are they sure? But what if someone is super deep, like my roommate?”

    Kate Peckarovski
    Art Educator
  • “I knew Meryl Streep wasn’t that good.”

    Rick Forrest
    Data Acquisition Specialist