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Become Versed in Reading Faces

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family of related expressions. For example, the anger family differs in intensity from annoyance to rage, and also contains such variations as indignation, vengefulness and sulking.

These members of the anger family of emotions are reflected in variations in the anger expressions, all revolving around one prototypical expression.Most facial expressions of emotion are on the face for just a few seconds, long enough to recognize easily if you aren’t distracted by your own thoughts, or figuring out what you’re going to say next.

We don’t have to be taught how to recognize the seven universal emotions, but we do need to learn how to recognize the micro expressions in order to begin reading faces.When people try to conceal how they’re feeling,.

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