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    12/20
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    (Nice work. You seem naturally well-attuned to others' emotions--a vital skill for forming compassionate connections. You scored above average but still have room for growth; research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence. Sign up for our e-newsletter for updates on it.)

    Wow, I have never seen such ridiculously exaggerated displays in real life. Not even in bad movies, where actors can't act to save their lives. This looks more like a "human emotion debriefing" in an alien counterintelligence service, where they got their tentacles on a textbook description of which muscles contract under what circumstances and why and then photographed a few human subjects whose faces were suitably contorted by electrical stimulation.

    I think my favorites were "flirtation" and "love" (which were almost mirror images of the same expression), and the explanations that "flirtation" had the person turning the face away but making eye contact to signal both disinterest and interest (because flirting is about fucking with people's heads you guys), but with a smile that indicated pleasure (because only sadistic assholes flirt -- the ensuing confusion gives them pleasure). Love apparently looks like happiness, but with the head tilted to denote intimacy. We are supposed to ignore that it's also partially turned away, as in the "flirtation" diagram. Apparently, should you persevere through the mixed signals phase, the psycho you are dating will do less turning away and more tilting to convey the intimacy you've developed.

    Also, the lip-licking "desire" pic was insanely creepy. I am considering washing my face with some Drano (no worries, I'll wear pool goggles) and ordering a fat suit on the internet (but not new clothes, that should help) just to avoid seeing that expression again. Of course, I'm probably worried for nothing, since the only person who ever wanted me, apparently, was this guy that staggered through my back yard and exposed himself to me when I was like 11.
    And that's my two cents on the subject.

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    Not bad. Your score means you're better than the average at reading expressions. And research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence. Sign up for our e-newsletter for updates on it.
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    Your Score: 14/20

    Not bad. Your score means you're slightly better than the average at reading expressions. And research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence.

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    Your Score: 14/20

    Not bad. Your score means you're slightly better than the average at reading expressions. And research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
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    Hell yeah sister

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    Your Score: 12/20

    Not bad. Your score places you around the average at reading expressions. And research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence. Sign up for our e-newsletter for updates on it.

    I'll bet it is I somehow manage to get by in life anyway.

    I think that reading emotion involves more than reading facial cues. People can mask facial cues. It involves being around the person, picking up on a number of things, like body language, etc. But what do I know? I only got a 12!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    Your Score: 12/20

    Not bad. Your score places you around the average at reading expressions. And research suggests that people can improve their emotion recognition skills with practice. So keep an eye out for our forthcoming empathy training tool, designed to boost your emotional intelligence. Sign up for our e-newsletter for updates on it.

    I'll bet it is I somehow manage to get by in life anyway.

    I think that reading emotion involves more than reading facial cues. People can mask facial cues. It involves being around the person, picking up on a number of things, like body language, etc. But what do I know? I only got a 12!
    I know right, this test doesn't even take into account that possibility. And there are plenty of people in my mom's life who often mask their true feelings/motives - Mom's able to figure out those sort of things, whereas I'm more naive in that respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Hell yeah sister
    Only she who attempts the absurd can achieve the impossible... and then some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
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    Social Awareness? I'm surprised I did this well.

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