Is there such a thing as a "schadenfreude face"?

And who better to answer this burning question than… a group of German scientists?! To determine if a person’s facial expression is different when one is feeling plain ol’ happy vs. happy because of others’ misfortunes, the scientists had a group of subjects watch soccer and then measured the activation of their facial muscles. Unfortunately, the researchers were not able to detect any differences in how the subjects’ faces moved when their team scored or when the other team missed a shot;

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