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It’s easy to see that our feelings change our facial expressions. But can your facial expression change how you feel? Previous studies have suggested that this is the case, and that getting botox might actually make you happier because your resting facial expression is more pleasant. This study explores whether the frown-like face you make in bright sunlight can make you more aggressive. Turns out, it does–but fortunately, this effect can be prevented by wearing sunglasses.
Sun-induced frowning fosters aggressive feelings.
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