Empirical studies of mutual influence pp. There is a significant difference between facial expression of Chinese and EA resulted in cultures. International Journal of Psychology, 20 6 , Follow us email facebook twitter Google Plus instagram tumblr pinterest youTube snapchat linkedin rss. For example, a study of Chinese participants showed that Chinese-Americans were quicker to accurately read the facial expressions of other Americans than they were of Chinese residing in China. Furthermore, these basic emotions are displayed in the same ways and we understand what others are feeling simply by looking at their faces.
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Ekman closed the loophole that observing mass media might account for cross cultural agreement by studying people in a Stone Age culture in New Guinea who had seen few if any outsiders and no media portrayals of emotion. In This Article Introduction Context and expression perception Culture and emotion recognition Does universal emotion recognition exist? View image of The idea that our faces act as a mirror of our emotions is deeply ingrained. These findings indicate that facial expressions of emotion can contain nonverbal accents that identify the expresser's nationality or culture. Rachael Jack, the psychologist who led the study, said: Culture and nonverbal behaviour.
This article has no associated abstract. From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy dx. Instead, they saw an indication of threat and aggression. Once again, the findings of universality were clear-cut. Save to my reading list.