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Perceived facial happiness during conversation correlates with insular and hypothalamus activity for humans, not robots An investigation of the somatic marker hypothesis applied to social interactions

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Chaminade Thierry, Nicolas Spatola. Perceived facial happiness during conversation correlates with insular and hypothalamus activity for humans, not robots An investigation of the somatic marker hypothesis applied to social interactions. 2022. ⟨hal-03566058⟩

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