Why are you smiling at me? Social functions of enjoyment and non-enjoyment smiles.

@article{Johnston2010WhyAY,
  title={Why are you smiling at me? Social functions of enjoyment and non-enjoyment smiles.},
  author={Lucy Johnston and Lynden K. Miles and C. Neil Macrae},
  journal={The British journal of social psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 Pt 1},
  pages={107-27}
}
In three experiments, we investigated the spontaneous attention of perceivers to the nature of targets' facial expressions, specifically whether they were displaying an enjoyment or a non-enjoyment smile. Further, we investigated the social functions of sensitivity to smile type and the consequences of such sensitivity for subsequent interactions. Results demonstrated that perceivers did indeed spontaneously attend to smile type, especially in situations where issues of trust or cooperation… CONTINUE READING
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