Interpreting emotions: A matter of confidence

We are exposed to the facial expressions of the people. But do we interpret them correctly? And do we trust our own judgment? This trust is essential for avoiding potentially dangerous situations. Researchers have been testing how confident we feel when judging other people’s emotions, and what areas of the brain are used. These results demonstrate that beliefs of our own emotional interpretation stem directly from the experiences stored in our memory.

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