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Invisible emotional expressions influence social judgments and pupillary responses of both depressed and non-depressed individuals.
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013)
We used filtered low spatial frequency images of facial emotional expressions (angry, fearful, happy, sad, or neutral faces) that were blended with a high-frequency image of the same face but with a neutral facial expression, so as to obtain a “hybrid” face image that “masked” the subjective perception of its emotional expression. Participants were categorized in three groups of participants: healthy ...