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10/19/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011

Believing Is Seeing, Psychologists Find

An international team of psychologists from the United States, New Zealand and France has found that the way we initially think about the emotions of others biases our subsequent perception (and memory) of their facial expressions. So once we interpret an ambiguous or neutral look as angry or happy, we later remember and actually see it as such.

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