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    The role of facial expressions in human communications is truly incredible. With the recent studies, it is clear that this non-verbal contact has a very significant influence in expression of pain. The information transformed by our facial muscles is so distinct that programmed software can recognize the pain through our gestures. Researches from UCSD, created this unique software that has accuracy of 85%. The mechanism behind the software is to record all the muscle contractions and their lengths that happen on a human’s face. However, can humans learn the transferred information? According to the same study, people can differentiate fake and real pain with the accuracy of 55 %. Yes, computers beat us in another field. However, the conclusion drawn from the research shows the power of pain expression through gestures. We don’t need words or sound to let people know we suffer. We unconsciously illustrate an agony through…

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    Facial Expression

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    Facial Expressions Impact on Stress In the article “Grin and Bear it: The Influence of Manipulated Facial Expressions on the Stress Response” the study is done to explore whether shaping facial expressions will impact cardiovascular and response to stress. Prior to this study scientist have done a great deal of research on the connection between physical and psychological health. Many scientist have proposed that facial expressions influence emotions. It is believed that there is 50 different…

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    Facial Micro Expression

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    A micro expression is a tiny facial cue that appears within one-fifth of a second. It is uncontrollable and shows an observer signs of every emotion. It shows signs of deceit as well. Usually these are undetectable, but with some training they can be detected and used in investigations. Therefore, facial micro-expressions should be admissible in federal investigations. We need a replacement for polygraphs, and micro-expressions are a fine candidate. The previously used lie detector, the…

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    communicating and interpreting a whole range emotions using only their facial muscles. Whether voluntary or involuntary, a simple curled lip, raised eyebrow, or crinkled nose, can speak volumes. In fact, many psychologists believe that not only are some of our basic facial expressions innate and not learned, but that they’re also universal across cultures. They believe that whether you were born in Tokyo, Oklahoma, or the isolated Amazon, you’re born with an innate ability to identify…

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    1. What do you think Manet was trying to imply with the bartenders facial expression? Response: I think Manet in this image was trying to imply us the struggle of the lady being a bartender through her facial expressions. Her facial impressions are clearly showing us how unhappy she is by working at a bar. It’s like she is the focal point of the image. The viewer would foremost notice the sad eyes and pale face she got while working. It looks like she is so uninterested by her job and lost in…

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    Facial Expressions and the Role They Play in Recognizing Emotions There was a TV show that was broadcast from 2009-2011 called Lie to Me. In this show was a man named Cal Lightman who used his knowledge of body language and facial expressions to read people’s body language. The premise of Lie to Me is based on Paul Ekman and his studies on microexpressions (“Lie to Me”). A microexpression “is a brief, involuntary facial expression shown on the face of humans according to emotions experienced”…

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    and relate to others and can be conveyed face-to-face, verbally, nonverbally, through gestures and body language; as well as, how we act and dress. How a person sends, receives, and relays a message is understood not only by what is put into words, but largely by the facial expressions that reveal that person’s mood and what they are truly thinking. Facial gestures with or without verbal communication helps an individual better understand the true meaning of a message that is being transmitted.…

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    include writing, eye contact, body language and posture, facial expressions, painting, drawing and brail. Facial expressions in particular are responsible for most of nonverbal communication. They allow you to interpret what the other person is feeling without them saying what they’re feeling. The facial expression on a person’s face is usually the first thing you notice about them. Body language and posture can reflect certain emotions or attitudes. In our culture people are usually 12-18…

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    explain how I experience these challenges. I picked eye-contact, tone of voice, and facial expressions. I wanted to explain how I can changes these three challenges that I picked. When it comes down to eye-contact, tone of voice, and facial expressions I barely do not do that offend. I do not give eye-contact with other people if I know them but, if I do not know somebody and they are having a full conversation with me ill make eye-contact with them. Most people do not give eye-contact with…

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    Nonverbal Communications also know as the body language is a communiation when people send and recive wordless clues. ‘Non’ means ‘not’ and ‘verbal’ means ‘words’. It includes facial expressions, gestures but also tone of voice. Nonverbal Communication informs about basic emotional states, features of someone’s temperament but it can also inform about someone’s social status, origin, self-esteem and education. To understand nonverbal communication better it should be also known what exactly…

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