notes 2-15 - CTAC 226 2/15 -Facial Emblems -Audience...

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CTAC 226 Nonverbal Notes 2/15 -Facial Emblems -Audience Effects - (missed this bullet… sorry) - (missed this bullet… sorry) -Buck (1991): intentionally trying to hide social expectations to meet a social standard -Smiles: debates on if people are genuinely smiling. People are really good at knowing if people or really smiling or faking it. -Phony Smiles Vs. Real Smiles: 1. Orbicularis culi Muscle: muscle in eyes that activates if we’re really smiling. 2. Duration- genuine smiles are usually held for the same length of time. Example: I normally hold my smile for four seconds. Joe usually holds his smile for two seconds. If we were faking our smiles, it may be much shorter/longer than our normal duration. 3. Pathways of the brain: phony and real smiles use different pathways. We found this out from studies using people who had suffered from strokes. -Expression of Emotion and Physiology Internalized Vs. Externalized Internalized: facial expression doesn’t change very much. Keep emotions inside. Externalized: much more animated. Easy for us to see how they feel.
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