John Axelsson

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The Columbian
Subtle cues are what make sick people look sickto new research led by a Swedish psychologist. “We can detect subtle cues rela
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
to new research led by a Swedish psychologist. “We can detect subtle cues related to the skin, eyes and mouth,” said John Axelsson of the Karolinska Institute, who co-wrote the study published Tuesday in the journal Proceedings of the Royal... Read more
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Canberra Times
Even if you don't know you're sick yet, your face will give you awayto identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contag
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
to identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contagion is high," wrote the team led by John Axelsson of Stockholm University and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. In fact, they noted, the experiments with... Read more
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WA Today
Even if you don't know you're sick yet, your face will give you awayto identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contag
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
to identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contagion is high," wrote the team led by John Axelsson of Stockholm University and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. In fact, they noted, the experiments with... Read more
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The Age
Even if you don't know you're sick yet, your face will give you awayto identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contag
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
to identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contagion is high," wrote the team led by John Axelsson of Stockholm University and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. In fact, they noted, the experiments with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Even if you don't know you're sick yet, your face will give you awayto identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contag
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
to identify sick individuals at an early stage of sickness when risk for contagion is high," wrote the team led by John Axelsson of Stockholm University and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. In fact, they noted, the experiments with... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
Dayton Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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ajc.com
How to tell if someone around you is sick using subtle cuessuffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we
ajc.com / Posted 16 days ago
suffer harsher flu symptoms than women, doctor says "It is well-known that we judge a number of aspects of other people," John Axelsson, co-author of the study, told TIME. "It has been proposed that potential sickness is a threat that we react to,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
How to tell someone is sick just by looking at themto new research led by a Swedish psychologist. "We can detect subtle cues rela
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
to new research led by a Swedish psychologist. "We can detect subtle cues related to the skin, eyes and mouth," said John Axelsson of the Karolinska Institute, who co-wrote the study published Tuesday in the journal Proceedings of the Royal... Read more
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Daily Mail
Humans are able to spot subtle signs of illness in secondsabove chance level, identify acutely sick individuals from merely observing a p
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
above chance level, identify acutely sick individuals from merely observing a photo for a few seconds.' Lead researcher John Axelsson of the Stress Research Institute at Stockholm University and colleagues said previous research has found that... Read more
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Inquirier.net
That’s sick! Humans identify infected peers from a photopeople, and hence minimize the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier
Inquirier.net / Posted 19 days ago
people, and hence minimize the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier of contagious disease,” study co-author John Axelsson of Stockholm University told AFP. ADVERTISEMENT The research team experimented with 16 healthy volunteers,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Researchers say human beings can spot a sick person from a photopeople, and hence minimise the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
people, and hence minimise the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier of contagious disease," study co-author John Axelsson of Stockholm University told AFP. The research team experimented with 16 healthy volunteers, all Caucasian.... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Subtle cues are what make sick people look sick"We can detect subtle cues related to the skin, eyes and mouth," said John Axel
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
"We can detect subtle cues related to the skin, eyes and mouth," said John Axelsson of the Karolinska Institute, who co-wrote the study published Tuesday in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. "And we judge people as sick by those... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
That's sick! Humans identify infected peers from a photopeople, and hence minimise the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 days ago
people, and hence minimise the risk of becoming sick if the person is a carrier of contagious disease," study co-author John Axelsson of Stockholm University told AFP. The research team experimented with 16 healthy volunteers, all... Read more
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