Experts discuss the awkward encounters and specific looks we’re likely to misinterpret when we can’t see other people’s mouths.

With faces hidden behind masks for COVID-19, we are losing some of the visual information we depend on for smooth communication. Experts discuss the awkward encounters and specific looks we’re likely to misinterpret when we can’t see other people’s mouths.

Guests:

  • Dr. David Matsumoto, Professor of Psychology, San Francisco State University and Director, Humintell
  • Dr. Rebecca Brewer, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London

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