wk12_Eyes_Face - Intrapersonal Domain: Facial Feedback...

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Date: ________________________ Face Behavior Facial Expression S A D F I S H 0. We can produce over 1000 different expressions with our 30 facial muscles FUNCTIONS 1. 1. 2. 2. Communication Codes 0. Intrinsic - prepare us for action in response to life’s daily challenges Are Facial Expressions Universal? (Intrinsic) SADFISH 0. Ekman and Friesen (1975) Unmasking the Face 1
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1. In the U.S. 0. SADFISH + 3. 3 Regions of the Face 2. 1. Upper Region 3. 2. Middle Region 4. 3. Lower Region FAST 4. Facial Affecting Scoring Technique Micro Expressions Communication Codes b. Iconic - 2
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3. Arbitrary – Facial Expressions Uses Facial Management Techniques: Not our True Emotions (Iconic) 0. MIND 5. Masking 6. Intensification 7. Neutralization 8. Deintensification Display Rules Disappear (Arbitrary) 5. 911 6. Dr. Gordon Brewer (2001) 1. AFFECT DISPLAYS 9. Showing 2 or more emotions at the same time Examples: How our facial expressions affect us…
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Unformatted text preview: Intrapersonal Domain: Facial Feedback Hypothesis Interpersonal Domain: Facial Expressions 3 Real vs. Fake Emotion 1. 1994 Case (Susan Smith) Facial Expressions 2. Also play a role in 10. 11. 12. Oculesics- o 80% With our Eyes we can: Properties of Eye Behavior 1. Salience 2. Stimulate Arousal 3. Involvement 4 Functions of Eye Behavior 1. Scanning 2. Establish and Define Relationships 3. Express Emotions 4. Control and Regulate Interactions 5.Decrease Physical Distance 6. Close Others Out .Without Eye contact, we feel like we are not fully in communication Types of Eye Behavior 1. Mutual Gaze 2. One-sided Look 3. Gaze Aversion 4. Gaze Omission 5. Civil Inattention 5 6. Staring CLEMs Conjugate Eye Behavior and Individual Differences o Nature of the Relationship o Cultural o Contextual o Personality o Gender 6...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course ANTH A105 taught by Professor Erikamsanchez-reenan during the Spring '10 term at Orange Coast College.

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