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Interactive video lesson plan for: The Science of Emojis

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Are emojis bad for communication?
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Further Reading / References:

The Emoji Is the Birth of a New Type of Language ( No Joke)

Emoticons in mind: An event-related potential study

Brain activity when reading sentences and emoticons: an fMRI study of verbal and nonverbal communication

Egocentrism Over E-Mail: Can We Communicate as Well as We Think?

Science reveals the most confusing emoji

“Blissfully happy” or “ready to fight”: Varying Interpretations of Emoji

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