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It was a little insulting that there are only women used to express desire, fantasizing, flirtatious, tentative and nervous. Is there any reason for this?
There are cultural differences at play, such that there are multiple correct answers varying according to (a) the cultural background of the person in the picture AND (b) the culture of the person taking the quiz.
The people in the images were not coached to show a particular emotion.
I think it would have been more fun and accurate if there was more variety in the models and options for the expression they wore.
What is this, a training manual for men who want to spot if they are successfully snowing some woman at a bar? You can get all the answers right when it comes to the women's expressions if
I (a woman myself), got a 28/36, but had a much harder time reading the women's emotions because the make-up made them all look very similar and masked the subtleties of their expressions.
I'm concerned because I scored only 20!
I didn't get all the emotions, and some of them I thought were wrong.
I can see a correlation between reading all that "thick description" of expression and mood and my looking for real life examples all these years, but is there actual causality?
This study just confirms what I already thought I knew!
Also notable is that subjects are tested on still-photos, thus lacking temporal context.