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‘Human brains use 3-D to communicate emotions’

Scientists, for the first time, have identified three dimensions that the human brain uses to communicate emotions.

According to a new study, the human report of emotion relies on three distinct systems: one that directs attention to affective states (“I feel“), a second that categorises these states into words (“good”, “bad”, etc) and a third that relates the intensity of affective responses (“bad”, “awful“).


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