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    “Everyone’s true colors show eventually”- well- known metaphor, which explains that people cannot hide their true nature for too long, eventually something will give away their true feelings. Imagine if no one would be able to hide his feelings or intentions, how would the world change- for better or worse? With the newest technology’s advances, it is possible and the study which tries to analyze what gives away one’s true feelings is micro-expressions. Micro-expressions are rapid involuntary facial expressions which reveal one 's genuine emotions people trying to disguise (Zhang P., 2016). Micro-expressions cannot be faked unlike regular face expressions. Micro-expressions last only for a small part of a second and they cannot be detected…

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    Radiolab did a segment on how our facial expressions can be hints to our inner emotions by interviewing Paul Ekman, a renowned psychologist who is a pioneer in the study of emotions. The radio segment begins with a psychologist by the name of Gordon Burghardt. Burghardt studies snakes particularly the hognose snake. Gordon studies them by putting a chicken puppet inside the cage and begins to attack the snake with this puppet. The snake reacts by flipping over on its back, starts to bleed from…

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    Cranial Nerve

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    nervous system function more or less in speech or hearing; these are the cranial nerves V (Trigeminal), VII (Facial), VIII (Vestibulocochlear), IX (Glossopharyngeal), X (Vagus), XI (Spinal Accessory), and XII (Hypoglossal). These have particular roles other than assisting speech or hearing. Furthermore, most clinical tests for cranial nerve functions neither are recommended to be performed by speech and hearing pathologists, nor are they related to speech or hearing. But the interpretations…

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    .4 Basics of Gestures Gesture is the use of nonverbal communication in between the humans or to any other creatures. This kind of communication uses different part of the body such as hand, head, the lips and etc. Those body parts are used to convey messages nonverbally. Basically, for gesture recognitions that are used in the digital world, it can be categorized into three different areas which are voice gesture recognition, facial gesture recognition and hand gesture recognition. 2.4.1 Voice…

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    About The Microcurrent Facial Facials are a part of many people's skin care routine. If you want to try a different type of facial, then you may want to consider trying a microcurrent facial. This is a non-invasive and pain-free treatment that can be performed by an esthetician. It involves using an electrical current in order to stimulate elastin and collagen production. It also massages the muscles in the face. Why Microcurrent Facials Should Be A Part Of Your Skin Care Regimen There are…

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    We learn micro expressions so we can gain a broader perspective of how we interact with people, and achieve a greater perspective on situations. Also with the knowledge of micro expressions we can protect against deception, and manipulate or guide the perceptions of other people (Scheve, n.d.). A coding analyst named Dan Hill is able to take facial cues from people and use them to figure out if they are selfish, inclined to get into trouble or will fail under pressure. He then uses that…

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    So I looked into it more and found a whole bunch of information about how to fix it. I found a particular site that explains, “…those with shoulders that hunch forward too far often have tight pectoral muscles that pull the shoulders forward and rotate them in toward the midline of the body. Pair tight pectorals with weak back muscles and you have an imbalance that pulls the shoulder girdle away from its ideal position. When imbalances like these occur, overactive muscles compensate for…

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    When the storyline shifts back in time to tell the story of Clare and Aidan, Emma’s grandparents, Caroline Portu shifts her acting choices to portray her anger towards Aidan, and then her cheerful personality. Sitting on a rock, Caroline Portu portrays the character of Clare with a strong Irish accent. She furrowed her eyebrows, widened her eyes and used exaggerated arm gestures in the direction of Aidan, as if talking with her hands to get her point across. Her flailing, large arm movements…

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    Bell's Palsy

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    BELLS PALSY Overview Bell's palsy is a sudden weakness and paralysis of the muscles in the face. This makes half of your facial muscles appear to tire. On that side, you may have trouble smiling or closing your eye. It is also known as facial palsy, there is no specific age of occurring. The exact cause is usually unknown, but it is assumed to be the cause of swelling, compressed and inflammation of the nerve that control of facial muscles. It might be a reaction that occurs after bacterial or…

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    Myotonic Dystrophy Essay

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    Myotonic Dystrophy is an autosomal dominantly inherited disorder at which an individual has the inability to relax his or her muscles; thus progressing to muscle degeneration and decrease muscle tone [1]. Currently there are two types of muscular dystrophy that are known in the both the medical and scientific community. There’s type one myotonic dystrophy also known as congenital myotonic dystrophy which has an onset at birth. Then there is type two, myotonic muscular dystrophy which has an…

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