Facial feedback hypothesis powerpoint
What is Facial Feedback Hypothesis Theres a close link between the facial expressions we show and our internal feelings. The facial feedback hypothesis states that facial movement can influence emotional experiences. Every person has a different experience even when viewing the same event. Events are an external stimulus that can affect a persons emotional state.
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The facial-feedback hypothesis states that the contractions of the facial muscles may not only communicate what a person feels to others but also to the person him- or herself. In other words, facial expressions are believed to have a direct influence on the experience of affect. This hypothesis goes back to Charles Darwin, who wrote that the expression of an emotion intensifies it, whereas its repression softens it. Although Darwin and James differ in their view of the role of the eliciting stimulus, they agree that the behavior that accompanies an emotion exerts a causal influence on its experience.