‘We’re dogs without tails’: how face masks affect human interaction – and what to do about it

‘We’re dogs without tails’: how face masks affect human interaction – and what to do about it

South China Morning Post - Culture·2020-04-26 22:00

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Half our face is hidden when we put a mask on and we lose many of the non-verbal cues we use to tell what a person is feeling or thinking

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