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Do Now: Define the term emotion How are our expressions linked to our emotions? Definition: a relatively brief episode of synchronized evaluative physiological, behavioral and subjective responses Feeling: subjective experience with an emotion Mood: an emotional state that is general and extended in time Affect: Positive of negative category of emotion (conscious experience of the emotion) Sensation and perception Learning and memory Motivation Communication Verbal – tell someone how you feel Non-verbal Facial Expressions Demonstration Results: emotional expressions and frequency of expression differs culturally Examples: Some cultures smile more than others, others remain stoic when in the presence of others, OK hand symbol in US is interpreted differently in Brazil Individualistic vs. Collective “Smile and the whole world smiles with you” Facial Feedback Why are non-verbal expressions invaluable to gain insight into a person? Why do cross-cultural consistencies exist in emotional expression?