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Emotion-Specific Effects of Facial Expressions and Postures on Emotional Experience
A total of 74 Ss were induced to adopt expressions of fear, anger, disgust, and sadness in Experiment 1. Each expression significantly increased feelings of its particular emotion compared with at
The real role of facial response in the experience of emotion: A reply to Tourangeau and Ellsworth, and others.
The facial feedback hypothesis holds that emotional experiences are derived from facial expressions. Ten published studies indicating that manipulated facial expressions do produce corresponding
Feelings: The Perception of Self
1. The Problem of Feelings 2. Emotional Expressions 3. Postures, Gaze, and Action 4. Autonomic Arousal and Emotional Feeling 5. Theoretical Summary on Emotion 6. Nonemotional Feelings: Confidence,
The deliberate control of emotional experience through control of expressions
Recent research suggests that deliberate manipulation of expressive behaviours might self-regulate emotional experiences. Eighty people were first induced to adopt emotional expressions in a
The Experience of Boredom: The Role of the Self-Perception of Attention
The effect of the self-perception of inattention on feeling bored was investigated. Ss in a listening situation were simultaneously distracted (a) not at all, (b) moderately, or (c) loudly. As
The Impact of Media Images of Super-Slender Women on Women's Self-Esteem: Identification, Social Comparison, and Self-Perception
Abstract Some women enjoy examining media depictions of extremely slender models, while others find such depictions produce feelings of inadequacy. The two reactions appear to reflect differences in
Individual differences in the effects of spontaneous mimicry on emotional contagion
Two experiments explored the role of mimicry and self-perception processes in emotional contagion. In Study 1, 46 subjects watched two brief film clips depicting an episode of startled fear. In a
Separate and combined effects of facial expressions and bodily postures on emotional feelings
The results of numerous experimental studies have provided ample evidence for William James' theory that emotional conduct is a sufficient condition for the occurrence of emotional feelings. Two