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A new study has found that pout is a universal facial expression that can be found across different cultures and is often perceived by people of all ages.
According to the research, the researchers surveyed 4,000 people in the UK and the US, who answered questions about their personal experiences with pout.
The results, published in the Journal of Social Psychology, found that there are a number of reasons people can have pout, with the most common being stress and anxiety.
It also found that many people in other cultures can also experience pout due to social isolation, lack of communication, and exposure to other people with pouts.
According the researchers, pout has been attributed to anxiety, stress, depression and some forms of eating disorders.
In the UK, researchers have suggested that pouting is a symptom of a lack of social support and a general lack of confidence, which can be linked to anxiety.
“When we see people with facial pout we are generally surprised and surprised, but we’re also worried about them,” Dr Amy Jones, lead author of the study, said.
“We want to understand what it is that triggers these facial expressions and what they’re related to.”
The researchers said that this research has led to a new research project which will look at how people can find meaning in their facial expressions.
The team behind the study said that they hope the results will be used to educate the public about pout and other facial expressions, which are often considered taboo.
“This is an area where we really need to take a more inclusive approach to research,” Dr Jones said.
“This is something that we can use to explore and understand the meaning of facial expressions.”