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2. Facial markers of disgust:

  • Eyebrows raised, horizontal lines on forehead, jaw drops
  • Eyebrows raised - inner corners drawn together, upper eyelids raised but tense, mouth open
  • Upper lid raised, lower lip protruding, nose wrinkled, cheeks raised
  • Eyebrows lowered, lips pressed together

3. Which is NOT an indices of measuring facial expression (Ekman and Friesman)?

  • Number of discriminable patterns
  • Receiver
  • Average transmission time
  • Visibility

4. 2

  • A
  • b

5. The innate hypothesis suggests that:

  • Emotions are learned and differ vastly culture to culture
  • Universal emotions evolved as actions necessary for life
  • Emotions are learned through social interactions
  • None of the above


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