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What your emoji says about you
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mediaposted on 2020-09-08, 13:36 authored by Linda KayeLinda Kaye, Helen Wall, Stephanie Malone
This animation introduces the research behind the journal article 'Emojis: Insights, Affordances and Possibilities for Psychological Science'.
We live in a digital society that provides a range of opportunities for virtual interaction. Consequently, emojis have become popular for clarifying online communication. This presents an exciting opportunity for psychologists as these prolific online behaviours can be used to help reveal something unique about contemporary human behaviour.
Please see below for a link to an open access version of the research article.