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Inglehart, M. (1989). Feeling and facial efference: implications of the vascular theory of emotion. Psychological Review, 96(3), 395–416. 3 Measurement of the blush Ruth Cooper and Alexander L. Gerlach On first sight, one might think that measuring blushing is simple. After all, do we not see people blush all the time? Should it not be simple to derive a measure that captures this obvious physical symptom? However, although the naı¨ve observer may claim to be easily able to assess reliably whether a person blushed, in fact this is not the case.
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