Survey: People interpret wrinkled faces as angry or sad

05/28/2013 | LiveScience.com

Facial wrinkles can cause people to appear angry or sad, according to research presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual meeting. Study participants looked at photographs and tended to say older people in the photographs were more angry or sad than younger people, despite neutral expressions in all the photographs.

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