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Atifa Chamadia Write Up #2 Article Citation: Masuda, T., Ellsworth, P.C., Mesquita, B., Leu, J., Tanida, S., & Van de Veerdonk, E. (2008). Placing the face in context: Cultural differences in the perception of facial emotion. Journal on Personality And Social Psychology, 94(3), 365-381. Research Question: The purpose of this article was to view the opinions of Western and Japanese culture on emotion. This article wanted to compare how both cultures differed when emotion was taken into consideration. The emotions that were triggered through these studies were happy, sad, angry, or neutral emotions. Method Used in the Study: In this article there were two studies that were conducted. Study 1, there were 39 American students from which 17 were women and 22 men from the University of Michigan. And there were 36 Japanese students from which 15 were women and 21 men from the Kyoto University. Both groups of people were studied based on what they felt was the main emotion being expressed in two different cartoon pictures. In Study 2, there were 22 Westerners they were
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