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10 facts tagged with Emotion Facts
Dogs can detect sadness in humans and often attempt to make their owners happy by initiating cuddling.
Elephants are among the most emotional creatures in the world - they have even been known to rescue other animals, such as trapped dogs.
People who laugh more are better able to tolerate pain - both physical and emotional.
Crying literally alleviates stress and uniquely allows humans to decrease feelings of anger and sadness.
Most people smile when they are frustrated, according to a study.
The use of emoticons affects our corresponding brain areas and can actually trigger emotions.
The left ear is more responsive to words of love and emotion whispered into it than the right.
Research has determined that most people are happiest at 7:26pm on a Saturday night.
As a rule, 66 percent of people keep their eyes closed while kissing. The rest take pleasure in watching the emotions run the gamut on the faces of their partners.
Only humans shed emotional tears.