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Rainer Reisenzein

can in fact be semantically categorized extremely quickly ( Kirchner and Thorpe 2006 ; Lähteenmäki et al. 2015 ). Facial Feedback Evidence for the hypothesis that facial feedback affects the recognition (via mimicry) of others’ emotions is

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“Mind the Gap”

Between Movies and Mind, Affective Neuroscience, and the Philosophy of Film

Jane Stadler

stimulating both the imaginative and affective components of empathy. Neural mirroring or mimicry of another person’s emotional state via facial feedback or by experiencing emotional contagion may not properly be considered empathy in isolation because such

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Murray Smith

supporting noncognitive pathways to emotion, the facial feedback hypothesis, and Ekman’s basic emotions theory (the core of the extended version of BET). I wholeheartedly welcome Reisenzein’s critical feedback on BET here (as I do Davies’s on mirror neuron