Smile and (Half) the World Smiles with You, Frown and You Frown Alone

@article{Hinsz1991SmileA,
  title={Smile and (Half) the World Smiles with You, Frown and You Frown Alone},
  author={V. Hinsz and J. A. Tomhave},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  year={1991},
  volume={17},
  pages={586 - 592}
}
The facial expression responses of adults to the display of facial expressions were examined in a variety of public settings to test predictions from a contagion hypothesis, that the display of smiles and frowns results in smiles and frowns, and folk wisdom that the display of a smile will result in a smile but that a frown will not lead to a frown in response. It was also predicted that female subjects would smile more frequently than male subjects and that people would smile at females more… Expand

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