Do you feel red-faced when you’re angry or embarrassed? Tight in the chest when you’re anxious? Butterflies in your stomach when you’re in love? (Yep, yep and yep!)
It turns out our emotions are directly linked to sensations in specific parts of our bodies, according to a recent study by a team of Finnish researchers.
In five experiments, 700 online participants from Finland, Sweden and Taiwan were given outlines of a body and asked to color in the regions where they felt warmer or cooler in certain body parts in response to 13 emotions, including anger, fear, surprise, happiness and depression.
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You can take the test yourself, here.