Shensheng Wang

Why Does It Feel Good to See Someone Fail?

Schadenfreude. The only thing that makes life worth living. Ha ha.   In the Pixar animated film “Inside Out,” most of the plot plays out inside protagonist Riley’s head, where five emotions – Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger – direct her behavior. The ... Read the full article
Shensheng Wang

Shensheng Wang is a Ph.D. candidate in Psychology at Emory University. His research broadly focuses on the cognitive and developmental underpinnings of humanness perception, a process that might shed light on diverse psychological phenomena, including the uncanny valley effect, face animacy perception, and schadenfreude.

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