Posted 12 August 2018
Are there universal expressions of emotion?

Are there universal expressions of emotion?

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Posted on 12 August 2018
Nature granted us forty-three facial muscles for us to be able to express the full range of emotions. These emotions may stay alive for just a split second, or for several minutes, with negative emotions lasting longer than positive ones. Emotions tell the people around us about what we feel and what mood we are in; they can even help us in difficult moments. Normally, we don't have to try 'deciphering' emotions of those whom we talk to, as we easily guess the mood of our friends, relatives and literally everyone around us. But will we be able to figure out what a person of another race, language and culture feels? Or do the emotions speak different languages, just like people do?
Ted-Ed, Science
Recommended words
appropriate - uygun
a boundary - sınır
to claim - iddia etmek
common - ortak
to communicate - iletişim kurmak
core - çekirdek
disgust - iğrenme
distinct - farklı
draw together - birlikte çizmek
emotional expression - duygusal ifade
evidence - kanıt
familiar - tanıdık
given - verilmiş
go a long way - uzun bir yoldan git
immediate danger - acil tehlike
in the same way as - Aynı şekilde
learned behavior - öğrenilmiş davranış
modern - modern
on alert - uyanık
or so - falan
particularly - özellikle
to propose - önermek
regardless of - bakmadan
to reveal - açığa vurmak
to root - kökleştirmek
a scientist - bilim adamı
set about - girişmek
sighted - görüşlü
a stranger - yabancı
tight - sıkı
white of the eye - gözakı
workings - işletme