The Curvilinear Relationship between Age and Emotional Aperture : The Moderating Role of Agreeableness

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Anna Faber; Frank Walter;

The capability to correctly recognize collective emotion expressions (i.e., emotional aperture) is crucial for effective social and work-related interactions. Yet, little remains known about the antecedents of this ability. The present study therefore aims to shed new l... View more
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