A type of smile which engages both the muscles which raise the lip corners as well as those that raise the cheeks and produce wrinkling around the eyes. It is considered as the sign of genuine enjoyment
None of the above
Emotional information that we unintentionally express through our non-verbal communication which can be helpful in detecting deception
This is the briefest of all the emotions, lasting only a few seconds at most.
A type of gesture in which one body part (usually the hand) touches or moves another body part.
All of the above
A type of gesture that occurs during speech-tracing the flow of thought, providing emphasis, making an action the speech is referring to, showing a spatial relationship or drawing a picture in the air. The type shown varies across cultures and the frequency of use varies across individuals
The evolutionary function of this emotion is to avoid or reduce harm to oneself or someone/something one cares about.
Very brief facial expressions, lasting only a fraction of a second.
This is the only emotion which is displayed with a unilateral facial expression.
A feeling that occurs when successful liars get away with a lie and take pleasure in their accomplishment.
Guidelines we learn in the course of growing up about when, how and to whom it is appropriate to show our emotional expressions.