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Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Facial Characteristics Jim Matiya Psychology in Action 9 th Edition Karen Huffman Slide 2 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Cultural Similarities Where do emotions come from? Do they differ from culture to culture? Emotions are defined as a subjective feeling that includes arousal (heart pounding), cognitions (thoughts and expectations), and expressive behaviors (smiles and frowns). Slide 3 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Three Ways to Measure Emotion Body/Physical blood pressure heart rate adrenaline levels muscle activity when smiling, frowning, etc. neural images posture tears, perspiration lie detector readings Slide 4 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Three Ways to Measure Emotion Thoughts (observed indirectly through) spoken and written words on rating scales answers to open-ended questions on surveys and during interviews responses to projective instruments, sentence stems, etc. self-assessments or perceptions regarding the behavior and intentions of others other cognitive operations such as rational/logical thinking Slide 5 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Three Ways to Measure Emotion Behavior facial expressions activity level alertness screaming laughing smiling aggression approach/avoidance attention/distraction insomnia Slide 6 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Three Theories of Emotions Slide 7 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Human Emotions Carrol IzardPaul Ekman Wallace Friesen Silvan Tomkins Robert Plutchik Fear Anger Disgust Surprise JoyHappinessJoyEnjoyment Shame------------- Shame Contempt -------------Contempt Sadness ------------- Interest-------------AnticipationInterest Guilt------------- Acceptance------------- Distress Slide 8 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Cultural Similarities People from very different cultures can reliably identify at least six basic emotions: happiness, surprise, anger, sadness,fear, and disgust. Slide 9 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Facial Expressions Anger Brows are lowered and vertical wrinkles are between the brows Eyelids are tense showing a hard look Lips are in a square shape Fear Brows are raised and vertical wrinkles are between the brows Eyes are wide-open Mouth is open and tense, corners of mouth are drawn back Happiness Brows are relaxed, Cheeks raised Corners of the mouth are drawn back and up slightly Slide 10 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Facial Expressions Disgust Eyebrows are lowered Nose is wrinkled Lower lip is raised and up against the raised upper lip Sadness The inner corners of the eyebrows are raised producing wavy horizontal wrinkles on the forehead. The inner corners of the upper eyelids are raised, producing an inverted-V wrinkle in the upper eyelid The corners of the lips are turned down and/or the lips may be trembling. Surprise The eyes are opened wide With the upper eyelid raised The jaw drops but the lips are relaxed Slide 11 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Facial Expressions Slide 12 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Practice Now that the students have some information about facial expressions, let them see if they can display the six basic emotions. Have the students practice holding their faces according to the previous slides. When they feel competent have them submit pictures that display the basic emotions. Slide 13 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Identify These Emotions Slide 14 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Identify These Emotions Slide 15 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Identify These Emotions Slide 16 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Identify These Emotions Slide 17 Instructors Edition. Psychology in Action, 9 th ed. By Dr. Karen Huffman Facial Characteristics Jim Matiya The End