TB9 SPA Lecture 2; The facial expressions of emotion

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1. What do cases of paralysis suggest?

  • Support the NCM distinction between spontaneous and voluntary facial expressions
  • Support the NCM distinction between learned/posed expressions
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2. What was the main finding of a cross-cultural study supporting the neurocultural model?

  • When interviewed by person of own culture facial expressions are concealed, when amplified by a different culture expressions are amplified
  • When interviewed by person of their own culture, facial expressions change to those culturally learned. Of a different culture facial expressions similar
  • When interviewed by person of their own culture, facial expressions similar. Of a different culture facial expressions change to those culturally learned
  • When interviewed by person of own culture facial expressions are amplified, when amplified by a different culture expressions are substituted/concealed

3. What is the innate hypothesis, proposed by Darwin (1872)?

  • There are 6 basic emotions which can be modified by cultural display routines and two core types of expression, innate/spontaneous and learned/posed.
  • Facial expressions are universal and understandable in terms of evolution
  • There are 6 basic expressions with nx complex emotions
  • There are two core types of expression, innate/spontaneous and learned/posed which can be affected by display rules

4. Which of these is NOT a physiological response associated with fear?

  • Faster eye movements on target localisation
  • Pupil constriction
  • Larger visual field
  • Increase in nasal volume & air velocity

5. According to Ekman & Friesen (1969), what are the three indices used to measure the sending capacity of a body part?

  • All of the above
  • None of the above
  • Average transmission time
  • Number of discriminable patterns
  • Visibility

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