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Guidelines for expressing emotion

Guidelines for expressing emotion - Culture A significant...

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Culture A significant factor that influences emotional expression in different cultures is whether that culture is: Individualistic (United States and Canada) These cultures feel comfortable revealing their emotions to people with whom they are close Collectivistic (Japan and India) These cultures prize harmony and discourage expressions of negative emotions which may upset relationships Gender Biological sex is the best predictor of the ability to detect/interpret emotional expression Research suggests that there is some truth to the unexpressive male In one study, females were 10-15% more accurate in remembering emotional images People in close relationships are likely to experience/express more emotions than those who are not Social Conventions The unwritten rules of communication discourage the direct expression of emotion How many genuine emotional expressions do you or we see in daily life?
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