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In the social sciences, a microexpression is defined as “a brief, involuntary facial expression”¬†shown when one is trying to conceal or repress an emotion. Microexpressions occur within 1/25th of a second and most people report not being able to identify microexpressions in themselves or others. ¬†Simply put, microexpressions are those expressions that verify our true […]