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    Emotions: The Facial Feedback Hypothesis

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    Please discuss the facial feedback hypothesis, particularly the event-appraisal-emotion sequence. Thank you.

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    1. Discuss the facial feedback hypothesis, particularly the event-appraisal-emotion sequence.

    The facial feedback hypothesis is the notion that "that one's facial expressions can have an effect on emotional experience." (http://psychcentral.com/encyclopedia/2009/facial-feedback-hypothesis/) Example: A woman attending a stuffy party forces herself to smile, and finds she feels happier as a result. (http://psychcentral.com/encyclopedia/2009/facial-feedback-hypothesis/)

    The Emotion Stimulus and Appraisal ...

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    This solution discusses the facial feedback hypothese, situational definitions of emotions and emotion-eliciting situations in 200 words with one reference.

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