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Hub lab writing the book on face-reading

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The Boston Globe

Pity the Boston car salesman who negotiated across the table from Charles A. Nelson III, a Harvard neuroscience professor who runs the nation’s top laboratory studying how people learn to decode facial expressions????

Such is one ancillary benefit of Nelson’s exhaustive research, which unfolds every day in his $1.5 million cognitive neuroscience laboratory at Children’s Hospital Boston, where he studies just when and how humans learn to read faces…

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