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Smiles come in a wide variety ranging from alling appeasement to that of the playful. The impact this gesture has on people's attitudes is amazingly positive and it influences their response to you. Consider the enigmatic smile of the Mona Lisa, the demure smile of the late Princess Diana, and the enchanting smile of Julia Roberts.
Smiles may be natural or faked.
Humans have aa wide range of freedom in the sounds we make, including speech and laughter, as a direct result of walking upright. This is because the ability to make others laugh is perceived as a dominant trait and women prefer dominant males, while males prefer subordinate females. According to Charles Darwin, the action of turning the head away from another person while looking at him and smiling creates a 'hybrid expression', one that is composed of two opposite meanings.
Research by Paul Ekman showed that when people deliberately lie, most, especially men, smile less than they usually do. The gesture is softened by the upward turn of the lip, making the gesture non-threatening. Lack of smiling explains why many dominant individuals, such as Russia's Vladimir Putin or Iran's Ali Khamenei always seem to look grumpy or aggressive and are rarely seen smiling - they simply don't want to appear in any way submissive.
Provine also found that smilung subordinate person will laugh to appease a superior person and the superior person will make subordinates laugh - but without laughing himself - as a way of maintaining his superiority. Harrison Ford and the late Princess Diana both mastered the gesture of the lop-sided smile. And if men want to be more persuasive with women, they need to smile more in all contexts.
Even though we consciously know that the joke is not a real event, our laugh releases endorphins for self-anesthesia as if the joke was a real event. Subconsciously, when your mouth seeks this position you're showing both your pleasure and your pain. Videos were taken of participants watching a humorous video clip in three different situations: alone, with a same-sex stranger, and with a same-sex friend.
Humans have the same gesture when they become aggressive by dropping or thrusting forward the lower lip because its main function is as a sheath to conceal the lower teeth. Which smile is fake?
Fake smiles are used for various purposes often to pretend to show enjoyment, or sociability or agreement. Medically speaking, this is why a damn good laugh is damn good for you.
Summary When you smile at another person they will almost egntleman return the smile, which causes positive feelings in both you and them, smiing of cause and effect. They tend to keep their teeth hidden and pull their mouth sideways rather than up due to cultural preferences. Endorphins are chemicals released from the brain when you laugh. A false smile often appears stronger on one side of the face than the other, as both sides of the brain attempt to make it appear genuine.
There are s that distinguish these smiles from genuine ones. Because smiling is such a disarming gesture, most people wrongly assume that it is a favorite of liars. Cann led an experiment with people who were showing early s of depression.
This is done by the person who feels unhappy, despondent, depressed, angry or tense. When Norman Cousins was diagnosed with the debilitating illness ankylospondylitis, the doctors told him they could no longer help him and that he would live in excruciating pain before he died.
That's what's known as the tight-lipped smile. This is even truer of laughter and is evidence of a feedback loop. The women with the sad expressions were considered the least attractive.
Even though no differences existed between how funny the participants felt the video clip was, those loiking watched the comical video clips alone laughed ificantly less than did those who watched the video clip with another person present, whether it was a friend or a stranger. The result was impressive - a dramatic improvement in patient health and shorter average hospitalization time per patient.
Surprisingly the smiling or laughing face is often not very different from the howling or tearful face. One of the reasons we are attracted to smiling and laughing faces is because they can actually affect our autonomic nervous system. Professor Gentlleman Dimberg at Uppsala University, Sweden, conducted an experiment that revealed how your unconscious mind exerts looklng control of your facial muscles. He pulled face muscles from many different angles to catalogue and record which muscles caused which smiles.
When a smile is authentic, the fleshy part of the eye between the eyebrow and the eyelid - the eye cover fold - moves downwards and the end of the gor dip slightly. To show they're aggressive, apes bare their lower fangs, warning that they can bite. Smiling self medicates and can heal. This amazing outcome led to the publishing of Cousins' book, Anatomy of an Illness, and the start of massive research into the function of endorphins.
Arnie Cann, professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina, discovered that humor has a positive impact in counteracting stress. People respond to, and evaluate, those who smile differently and more positively than those who do not, even if a person displays a fake smile.
Alcohol loosens inhibitions and lets people laugh more, which releases endorphins. It's a favorite of loooking who don't want to reveal that they don't like someone for reasons unspecified.
Also that smiling is linked to higher levels of the hormone testosterone: There is also physiological evidence that smiling has specific positive biological effects. Smiling Advice For Women Marvin Hecht's and Marianne La France's research at Boston University has revealed how subordinate people smile more in the presence of dominant and superior people, in both friendly and unfriendly situations, whereas superior people will smile only around subordinate people in friendly situations.
In other words, whether we realize it or not, we automatically copy the facial expressions we see. Think of the last time someone told you a joke that made you buckle up with laughter and you could hardly control yourself. The side going upward shows that the person's not angry - had he been, both sides of the mouth would turn down. Neurologist Henri Rubenstein found that one minute of solid laughter provides up to 45 minutes of subsequent relaxation. Recent research with our closest primate cousins, the chimpanzees, has shown that smiling serves an even deeper, more primitive purpose.
They have a similar chemical composition to morphine and heroin and have a tranquilizing effect on the body, while building the immune system.
We begin smiling at five weeks: babies learn that crying gets attention of adults but smiling keeps it. In a lop-sided smile, one side of your mouth is moving upward in amusement while the other side's pulling down in restraint. Why Our Chimp Cousins Cannot Laugh and Talk Robert Provine, professor of psychology at the University of Maryland found that human laughter is different from that of our primate cousins. If you are surrounded by miserable, unhappy people you are also likely to mirror their expressions and become glum or depressed.
Lines around the eyes can also appear in intense counterfeit smiles and the cheeks may bunch up, making it look as if the eyes are contracting and that the smile is genuine.
When the reality hits, the laughter turns to crying. Only one sound can be made per outward or inward breath and it's this one-to-one ratio between breath cycle and vocalization that makes it impossible for most primates to speak.
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