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Unformatted text preview: signals only. Then, Fridlund said emotion expressions signal behavioral intentions. And now, there is an appraisal view that emotional facial expressions function as both a communicative signal and as a symptom of an emotional state has to face the conceptual challenge originally. So, we could say learning emotion could help us enhance the communication. A Biographical Sketch of an Infant The article is about the observation of the mental development of Darwins own infants. And it showed us when the infants should be looked like when they felt anger, fear, pleasurable sensations, affection and association of ideas, reason and c. And the article also showed the different between the infants in difference age. It could let us know better the infants. When we deal with the infants, because they can not talk to us, we are not easy to learn their thought. But we can learn their emotion via their facial expressions to read their mind. Then, we could deal with the infants better....
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