Peering into the opaque mind
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, pp. 631-642, 2018.
Carolyn Saarni's pioneering research showed that young children learn how to hide their feelings-to conceal disappointment with a smile or to conceal amusement with a neutral expression. By 6 years of age, children understand the implications of such concealment. They can distinguish between: (i) an individual's true but hidden emotion; (...More
Full Text (Upload PDF)
PPT (Upload PPT)