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Contracting muscles involved in facial expressions e. However, it is unresolved whether and how inhibiting facial expressions might weaken emotional experience. In the present study, participants watched positive and negative video clips while either inhibiting their facial expressions or not. When hypothesis awareness and effects of distraction were experimentally controlled, inhibiting facial expressions weakened some emotional experiences.
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Facial-Feedback Hypothesis

Is the facial feedback theory true
Is the facial feedback theory true
Is the facial feedback theory true
Is the facial feedback theory true
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Facial feedback hypothesis - Wikipedia

Write about intriguing psychological phenomena. Even the simulation of an emotion tends to arouse it in our minds. We know Charles Darwin for his theory of evolution, but that's not the only thing for which he deserves credit. Though the facial feedback hypothesis was developed almost a century after Darwin, it's origin can be traced to him. In his book 'The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals', he sheds light on how free expression by outward signs of an emotion intensifies it, and repression softens it, and how the simulation of a particular emotion can arouse the same in the human mind.
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What Is The Facial-Feedback Hypothesis, & Does It Work?

Perhaps you've heard that you can brighten your mood just by faking a smile. The hypothesis, called the facial-feedback hypothesis, dates back to a study in which participants rated the humor of cartoons while inadvertently mimicking either a smile or a pout. The participants were simply asked to hold a pen in their mouths, either with their lips which pushes the face into a frown-like expression or their teeth which mimics a smile. The participants who used the pen to mimic a smile rated the cartoons as funnier. Now, a lab effort with 1, participants finds no evidence that such an effect exists.
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Write about intriguing psychological phenomena. Even the simulation of an emotion tends to arouse it in our minds. We know Charles Darwin for his theory of evolution, but that's not the only thing for which he deserves credit. Though the facial feedback hypothesis was developed almost a century after Darwin, it's origin can be traced to him. In his book 'The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals', he sheds light on how free expression by outward signs of an emotion intensifies it, and repression softens it, and how the simulation of a particular emotion can arouse the same in the human mind.
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