January 23, 2013
Would facial paralysis influence whether or not someone would feel emotions?
according to cannon-bard
according to james-lange, yes. Someone with facial paralysis would have reduced
feelings of emotion
according to two-factor,
canonbard more than just reading body responses. Physiological take longer than
subjective. Basin involved.
jameslange, body reactions important, subtle differences in brain regions.
Change physical position, change how you feel about yourself
2factor, spill over like in bridge study
Confidence does not equal accuracy
No clear signature that is fool proof way to find out if someone is lying
Some cues: gestures [illustrators like hand motions, manipulators like nail biting,
emblems like thumbs up or fingers crossed] Nonverbal offer cues, intimacy through personal space which differs between
Social distance one to three.five m
Personal distance .five to one m
Intimate distance less than .five m
Facial expressions are difficult to suppress
There is evidence that people are not good li