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nonverbal chap 4&5

facial and eye behavior

termdefinitionexamples
sadness eyes and eyelids
anger two areas are needed to determine from the cheeks, mouth, brows and forehead
surprise any of the three regions
disgust lower region of the face, blends with surprise
happiness lower face or eyes and eyelids
fear eyes and eyelids
masking hide our true emotion and replace it with a different emotion purposefully done to send a particular message
intensification over exaggeration of emotion when we have to act surprised for a party
deintensification when we have to hold back and downplay our emotion when we get good news but someone else got bad news and we don't want to show our excitement
neutralization show no emotion when something bad happenes poker face
FAST facial aspect scoring technique, a way of locating and evaluating the facial expressions of individuals eyebrows and forehead, eyes and eyelids, lower face (cheeks, nose and mouth)
Created by: schaunag