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Edgar Ayala
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MICROMOMENTARY FACIAL EXPRESIONS micro meaning tiny moment meaning 1/20 of second just for 1/20 of second one may express emotions
PARTIALS .....
DIMENSIONS OF PERSONALITY REVEALED THROUGH CLOTHING .....
ARTIFACTS ....
POSTURE CONGRUENCE 2 PPL BODY BEING CONGRUENT BEING CONGRUENT , LIKE SAME POSE
SELF SYNCHONY is the pattern between a person speech pattern and their body movements , head , shoulders , body , and gestures
facial management techniques WERE WHEN WE INTENSIFY , DEINTENSIFY , MASK AND NEUTRALIZER, EX POKER FACE ,SHOW NO EMOTION , WE MASK EMOTION , A MASK , MORE THAN WHAT IT IS , A GIFT FROM
ekmans styles of facial expressions HE BREAKS IT INTO TAXONOMY , DID THE EXPEREMENT OF HORRIBLE SCENE AND STUFF , THAT'S WHEN , BREAKS IT DOWN TO INTO CATEGORIES OF NON VERBAL BEHAVIORS , TALKNG ABOUT GESTURES PUNTUATION , AND SUTT , PAGE 234 , SPEAKERS REFFERENCE , RELATIOSHIP GESTURES THAT ASSIT IN REGULATIING.
emotions expressed on the face WHAT IS EXPRESS IN THE FACE DISCUST
facial feedback hypothesis states that facial movement can influence emotional experience. For example, an individual who is forced to smile during a social event will actually come to find the event more of an enjoyable experience.
face and identity ..
kinetographs A GESTURE THAT WOULD DEFINE MOVEMENT
pictograph A FORM OF ILLUSTRATOR , IT DRAWS A PICTURE
ideograph A GESTURE THAT SAYS WE ARE THINKING LIKE HAND ON CHIN THINKING A NON VERBAL INDICATION FOR THINKIN
adaptors licking and // adapters send the message that reveal the intentinos or feelings SELF TOUCHING BEHAVIOR IN HUMANS NON VERBAL BEHAIVOR THAT TEND TO ADAPT TO STRESS
EMBLEMS are the movements which have a direct verbal translation, generally a word on phrase. often culture specific. like the sc victory sign/ and horns SPEECH INDPENDENT ITEM
illustrators non-verbal cues directly linked with words. they reinforce verbal communication and allow us to accent or emphasize words or ideas. THEY PAINT A VISUAL PICTURE OF SUBJECT
batons are gestures that involve repeated behaviors , ex bill cliton repeated eyebrow movement
Micromomentary Facial Expressions An Involuntary Facial exxpression that occurs at the micro level. they happen 1/25 happen when one is repress their emotions in a situation of either intensity or when there is something at stake not easy to fake/hide
Leakage when we try to manage our face, or body there are places in our whole bodies that shows how are feelings are evident and easy to tell , ex widows peak
dimensions of personality through clothing clothing is connected to personality variables , like a persons clothing choices might tend to say they have personalities basic personality variables , tells you something about their underline personality , like a monestary
Postural Mimicry individuals have been found to mimic and synchronize their postures and movements meaning movements happen at the same time if a person is synchronizing their posture and they have more influence
motor mimicry when we see something that can express an emotion, and we will mimic it ex someone hurting leg we will naturaly sink and touch our own leg
speech independent gesture usually depend upon culturaly accepted interpretation , and have a direct translation , like middle finger , instand eff u , its independent of speech with out any words being said
semantics displays deals more with the words were dealing with , like big or small , ex I said i caught a big fish , its all about the words deal with hand gestures , syntactic : is more about organization towards those words , some of our non verbal displays are about , starting and stopping a term,
odor its a fragrance commonly referred to as a smell is caused by by one or more volatilized chemical compounds , gene, produced by the human body , smells
Pheromone a chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same species. chemicals are capable of acting outside the body of secreting individual to impact the behaviors of the receiving individual
functions of clothing for comfort , protection , another reason is for sake of modesty its a act of communication
affect blend refers to a facial expression in which one part of the face is registering one emotion and another part of the face is registering a different emotion , more than one emotions
attractiveness a combinations of features physical features and social , emotional
Cultural Differences in Attractiveness Attractivenss changes from culture to culture but also from time to time some elements of attractiveness our wired in us , like facial attractiveness , ppl that close faces , ppp who are semetrical are more attractive
Ectomorph typicall skinny guy , light build w/ small joints , lean muscle , long thin limbs with stringy muscles
MESOMORPH Athlethic , hard body , 6 pack , strong , gets muscle easy
endomorph soft and round body gains muscle and fat easy short stocky build round hard to lose fat