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A cutting-edge, transformational training program teaches emotional skills needed to succeed with others, taught by San Diego native Ryan Moalemi.
While research projects tend to focus primarily on six basic emotions, researchers have developed a way that will allow more than triple the number of documented emotion-related facial expressions that can be used for cognitive analysis.
A new study published on Wednesday in the journal Psychological Science has found that facial expressions and emotional vocalizations are not universally understood across cultural barriers – contradicting a long-held emotion science belief.
A theory first offered by Paul Ekman, says that there are six primary emotions which are globally recognized and easily construed through specific facial expressions. New research, however, says this is not so.
Leading Researchers Discuss How and Why We Feel the Ways We Do San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2013 For anyone who has every wondered why we have
Co-Discoverer of Micro Expressions, Dr.
Schoolteachers who underwent a short but intensive program of meditation were less depressed, anxious or stressed – and more compassionate and aware of others’ feelings.
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