Emotion: The Sixth Sense
Research by Tilburg University scientists, in the Netherlands, reveals insight into the brain’s ability to interpret the outside world.
Blind-sight: A phenomena where some blind people can “see” emotions in others faces was analyzed. The research revealed that some emotions are deeply rooted in our brain and not just available to our visual sense of sight.
In September, we wrote a blog entitled “Eyeless Emotions” about this research by Tilburg scientists. Watch the video below to learn more about this fascinating revelation.
Thanks to Non-Verbal.info for the video idea!