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Body language varies from culture to culture, but microexpressions—very brief flashes of emotion across the face—are universal. So the ability to read them can be an effective took for navigating cross-cultural situations. If you study the common ones, look for them in your counterparts, and effectively interpret them, you have a better chance of avoiding misunderstandings and building bridges with people from different parts of the world. Body language varies significantly across cultures. What is considered rude or foolish in a Nordic country may be welcomed as warm and friendly in an African one.

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Are There Universal Facial Expressions?

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Cultural Differences in Body Language to be Aware of

Ekman noticed that many of the apparent differences in facial expressions across cultures were due to context. To describe this phenomenon, Dr. Can you read the universal language? Find out for yourself by guessing which emotion is being expressed in each of the four photographs below, taken during Dr. Ekman's groundbreaking studies in New Guinea. The New Guinea man featured below was living in an isolated, preliterate culture using stone implements which had never seen any outsiders before. Paul Ekman asked him to show what his face would look like if: 1 Friends had come.
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Cultural Differences in Body Language to be Aware of

The meanings of different facial expressions and gestures give us endless fascination. In our personal relationships, interpreting expressions is one thing — think how often you can tell your partner is annoyed, just by the look on their face! In international business though, an expression can mean one thing to you and another completely different thing elsewhere. Figures vary but somewhere between 60 and 90 percent of our communication with others is nonverbal. Facial communication is just one facet of nonverbal communication but it is perhaps far more nuanced than other physical gestures gestures.
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Whether at a birthday party in Brazil, a funeral in Kenya, or protests in Hong Kong, humans all use variations of the same facial expressions in similar social contexts, such as smiles, frowns, grimaces, and scowls, a new UC Berkeley study finds. The findings, published in the journal Nature , confirm the universality of human emotional expression across geographic and cultural boundaries at a time when nativism and populism are on the rise around the world. Cowen created an online interactive map that demonstrates how the algorithm tracks variations of facial expressions that are associated with 16 emotions. In addition to promoting cross-cultural empathy, potential applications include helping people who have trouble reading emotions, such as children and adults with autism, to recognize the faces humans commonly make to convey certain feelings. The typical human face has 43 different muscles that can be activated around the eyes, nose, mouth, jaw, chin, and brow to make thousands of different expressions.
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