Sunday, March 31, 2013

game recognize game..,



frontiersin | A smile is a context-dependent emotional expression. A smiling face can signal the experience of enjoyable emotions, but people can also smile to convince another person that enjoyment is occurring when it is not. For this reason, the ability to discriminate between felt and faked enjoyment expressions is a crucial social skill. Despite its importance, adults show remarkable individual variation in this ability. Revealing the factors responsible for these huge individual differences is a key challenge in this domain. Here we investigated, on a large sample of participants, whether individual differences in smile authenticity recognition are accounted for by differences in the predisposition to experience other people's emotions, i.e., by susceptibility to emotional contagion. Results showed that susceptibility to emotional contagion for negative emotions increased smile authenticity detection, while susceptibility to emotional contagion for positive emotions worsened detection performance, because it leaded to categorize most of the faked smiles as sincere. These findings suggest that susceptibility to emotional contagion plays a key role in complex emotion recognition, and point out the importance of analyzing the tendency to experience other people's positive and negative emotions as separate abilities.

2 comments:

makheru bradley said...

Smiling Faces... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cz2RKtPoMzo
Somebody told a lie... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9zIRsjKUjo

CNu said...

lol@smdh....,


See Bro. Makheru, if you would get off those unamerican negative emotions, you could just accept the Hon.Bro.Preznit's shiny gap-tooth smile on face-value....,

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