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A smile is a facial expression formed primarily by flexing the muscles at the sides of the mouth. ... In other parts of Asia, people may smile when they are embarrassed or in emotional pain. Some pe...

The Psychological Study of Smiling - Association for Psychological ...

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Dec 10, 2010 ... People also smile when they're lying, a fact not lost on ... It's not unusual for moments of sadness, or even bereavement, to cause a smile.

The Surprising Psychology of Smiling | Psychology Today

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Oct 30, 2014 ... He noticed that the cause, consequences and manifestations of smiling is ... Thus it has been shown that people who cannot smile, because of ...

Big Question: Why do we smile? | Web Exclusive | Marquette ...

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Smiling, like most facial expressions, communicates to those around us ... a pen horizontally between the teeth (creating a smile) caused participants to ... We move a lot when we hear a funny joke. we move when we see someone we like.

The Sad Truth about Your Smile | World of Psychology - Psych Central

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Sep 7, 2014 ... Researchers say that over time, putting on a fake smile can actually cause people to associate smiling with feeling unhappy, an internal ...

7 Good Reasons to Smile | SparkPeople

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How often do you smile in a day? Do you smile when you meet new people? When you see your friends? Around your co-workers? How about your significant  ...

11 Surprising Reasons You Should Smile Every Day | Huffington Post

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Feb 8, 2015 ... Great power lies in a random smile, so long as you choose to share it with the world. ... providing some kind of inner imitation of the actions of other people, .... Experts May Have Finally Found The Cause Of Crohn's Disease ...

The Science Behind the Smile - Harvard Business Review

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These inaccuracies could cause people to seek medical treatment they didn't need or to miss getting treatment they did need. So buggy thermometers are ...

How are some people always smiling? - Quora

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This question made me look within and ask myself: Why do I always keep smiling ? Today, the ... Well, when we get angry or frustrated and destroy our own peace, then the enemy (the cause of the frustration) has definitely succeeded! :P When ...

Our Social Nature: The Surprising Science of Smiles | WIRED

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Aug 19, 2011 ... So when people genuinely smile, in a true burst of positive emotion, not only to ... This causes the crows feet wrinkles that fan out from the outer ...

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The Science of Smiling & Why It's So Powerful | Buffer Blog

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Apr 9, 2013 ... Why did the Mona Lisa become one of the most famous paintings of all time? That's a question an incredible amount of people have asked ...

Why Do We Smile? The Science Of Smiles Is Spotty, But Some ...

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Apr 13, 2014 ... What triggers a smile, and how can we make it happen more often? ... We're Closer Than Ever To Finding Cause Of Autism ... If someone asks you to associate an emotion with the act of smiling, you'll probably answer ...

The Surprising Reason Why Some People Smile More - Live Science

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Jun 8, 2015 ... People with certain genetic variants are not only more prone to depression and anxiety, but also quicker to laugh and smile.