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Most people can fake a 'genuine' smile
For years, the literature on the psychology of smiling has claimed that fake smiles can be easily and reliably distinguished from genuine smiles by the absence of crinkling around the eyes.
A new study discussed on our Research Digest adds to the evidence that this may not be so.
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