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SPCM 4510 Notes Final

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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