SPCM 4510 Notes Final - Miniaturization- Show less than...

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CHARACTERISTICS IF EMOTIONS Subjective experiences- Everyone reacts differently Valenced experiences- There is a wide array of different emotions Physiological arousal- Pupil dilation, etc. Thought interruption- When you feel such a strong emotion that you cannot focus on other things Behavioral expression- Screaming, crying, telling someone of your feelings Adaptive responses- Something triggers the emotion, emotions are adaptive because it is a coping mechanism to deal with the change in our lives CULTURAL DISPLAY RULES Simulation- Display emotion not felt Intensification- Show stronger than felt
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Unformatted text preview: Miniaturization- Show less than felt Inhibition- Show no emotion FACIAL SIGNALS Static signals- Permanent features of the face (Do not help us understand emotional states very well) Slow signals- Facial textures and wrinkles (Do not help us understand emotional states very well) Rapid signals- Micro-momentary changes (Help us understand emotions because the reactions change most rapidly) FACIAL AREAS FOR JUDGING RAPID CUES Brows and forehead Eyes, lids, and the bridge of the nose Cheeks, nose, and the mouth area...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SPCM 4510 taught by Professor Hale during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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