A clinical psychologist explains what has the potential to trigger our usually well-meaning laughter.
Your eyebrows can tell a whole story without saying a word.
A new study of centuries-old Mesoamerican statues lends weight to the idea that many human facial expressions are universal.
Autistic and non-autistic facial expressions may ‘speak a different language’ when conveying emotion.
Research suggests that people can learn to read cats’ facial expressions.
Humans spend a lot of time during social occasions masking their real emotions. Why?
It can be easy to tell how dogs are feeling but new evidence suggests they’re also trying to communicate.
Scientists are beginning to link animal facial expressions to emotions, making it possible for us to understand how they feel.
If you’re looking online for new love, a new job or just to meet up with new friends, then a lot rests on the face you present to the world.
What happens when the face is no longer the primary means of expression?
Just a few hours after birth, infants show a preference for human faces. Over the next few months, they learn from facial expressions.