A classic emotion experiment that would never pass todays IRB

When I teach emotion and emotional facial expression, I frequently start with this Landis paper. And, here is a nice summary of that paper, with pictures of the faces they photographed. And, the method that they employed long before there were IRBoards (and making it clear that there is a need for them, although could they just not be so annoying about what is irrelevant. Hey, I’m not going to ask peeps to decapitate rats, for god sake, just pass me!)

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... because if I'm in a room with a second person, I want to be reasonably sure I'm the crazier one.
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One Response to A classic emotion experiment that would never pass todays IRB

  1. Pingback: Some continuous musings on emotion. | …not that kind of psychologist

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