Virtual reality study suggests physical effort decreases in the perceived pleasantness of human faces

Virtual reality study suggests physical exertion decreases perceived pleasantness of human faces

A new study has used virtual reality to demonstrate that moderate to vigorous exertion influences the perceived pleasantness of human faces with neutral expressions. The new findings were recently published in Sport and Exercise Psychology. The study authors wanted to deepen our understanding of how physical activity influences affective valence, that is, the positive or …

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