Can you read basic emotions on people’s faces? Find out in this online test. It’s a drag and drop matching test: drag each emotion word from the right side onto its corresponding emotional facial expression on the left side. Once you have placed all words over the pictures, click the blue “check” button to see your results.[h5p id=”5″]
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This test was created by Marina Winkler, using H5P Drag and Drop (MIT Copyright © 2018 Joubel).
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