Pride - This experiment attempts to acquire more...

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This experiment attempts to acquire more information on the basic recognizable non- verbal expressions of emotion. It is already accepted that there are basic forms of non-verbal expression that are utilized to communicate emotions and promote survival and reproduction, such as happiness, sadness, fear, disgust, surprise, and anger. Pride has a large connection to aspects of our psychology such as self-esteem, and pride may serve a strong function in communicating our own self-esteem to others. The purpose of this experiment is to find empirical information on the recognition of the non-verbal expression of pride. The first section of the experiment was carried out with the use of fifty six undergraduates who were asked to identify expressions after being shown pictures of exemplary pride, happiness, and surprise expressions. The students were asked in a multiple choice format including all of the exemplary emotions and an extra option for no emotion. The following operation of the experiment used the most correctly recognized stimuli
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