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Lecture 4

PSY 315 Lecture 4: Nonverbal Communication
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 315
Professor
Ellen Marie Ratajack
Semester
Spring

Description
Nonverbal Communication Facial Expressions • Especially important. • Fusiform FaceArea (FFA) • Interactions = attention directed to face. • Neutral expression = presonality inferences • Source of info.AND generators of emotion ◦ Facial Feedback hypothesis (ex. Pencil in mouth) A“Real” Smile • Pan Am Smile vs. Duchenne Smile • Duchenne: natural ◦ Checking your smile: Employees at Keihin Express Railway (Japan) can check w/ rating. Eye contact: Strong non-verbal cue. • Can mean a variety of things... ◦ Comfort ◦ Attraction ◦ Shyness ◦ Starring Body language: • Can reveal emotional states. • Scratching & playing with hair can mean emotional arousal (nervous) • Fidgeting can mean deception
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