Lecture summary--: does facial feedback shape actual emotion, is emotional expression a good barometer for actual emotion, how might physical and psychological factors impact decoding of emotional expressions, how do emotional expressions unconsciously impact us, feedback. Floyd allport: feedback from face helps differentiate negative emotions (anger vs. fear). We can feel general negativity (bad mood in general), it will lead us to focus on facial muscles to help distinguish what exactly the negative emotion is. *face help shape and label general negativity emotion. *extreme: it is facial that differentiate between emotions, it is also more importantly, the key to how you feel. Face is the place for emotion (sylvan"s view). Evidence: newborn babies, responsiveness to facial stimulation. (face expression developed quickly, development of head movement, visual fixations, eye-hand coordination. (foundation). Afferent-efferent channels (more channels from face brain: facial muscles are resistant to habituation. (involuntary responses, hard to inhibit. Ex: eyes): face is center of expression.