Facial expressions mood
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Robert Zajonc, a psychologist at the University of Michigan and a leading proponent of the new theory. I would be willing to do it as the sum of the two. You may opt-out at any time. You agree to receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. The findings have revived a longstanding debate in psychology over the mechanics of emotional life, one that traces its roots to Charles Darwin, who published a major treatise on facial expression and emotion in
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Determining Mood From Facial Expressions
A team of psychologists at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. Over the years, however, these views fell out of favor among psychologists, who generally believe that emotions follow from thoughts, and that facial expression are the final result of feelings, not their cause. Thank you for subscribing. The findings have revived a longstanding debate in psychology over the mechanics of emotional life, one that traces its roots to Charles Darwin, who published a major treatise on facial expression and emotion in Zajonc's evidence is very compelling so far, though the data aren't all in. Zajonc's theory hinges on the fact that all biochemical processes in the body change their rates as the temperature in the immediate region of the body changes. In lieu of any other strong feeling, the theory holds, a given expression can induce the mood it portrays.
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Our mood affects our facial expressions
In lieu of any other strong feeling, the theory holds, a given expression can induce the mood it portrays. Zajonc's study, volunteers repeated vowel sounds over and over, those of a long ''e,'' which forces a smile, and ''ah,'' which imitates part of the expression of surprise. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. But a long ''u'' and the German vowel ''u'' both put volunteers in their worst mood. The theory has been gaining gradual support over the last decade among psychologists. It holds that facial expressions are not just the visible sign of an emotion, but actually contribute to the feeling itself.
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