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PSY 355 Week 5 DQ 4 To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT Part 1 1 - When you smile in greeting a friend, it is because you are happy to see him/her, or is it simply a greeting without any feeling? 2 - What governs your facial expressions? Is it your felt emotions, your social motives, the person you are with, or display rules in general? According to the appraisal tendency hypothesis, emotions can influence a person's judgments and decisions. Has this ever happened to you? Have you made judgments, decisions, or commitments during an intense emotion that you would not have made in the absence of the emotion? When is it best to make a judgment or decision: in the presence or absence of an emotional feeling? Why? Part 2 According to the behavioral ecology hypothesis, facial expressions are used to influence other individuals to help satisfy our social motives. Has anyone you know ever manipulated their facial expressions in order to influence another individual, such as a. pouted to get what you wanted? b. cried in order to reduce your punishment (e.g., get out of a speeding ticket)? c. smiled at someone to reduce his/her seeming initial aggressive tendencies? d. smiled at a friend to reinforce him/her for spending time with you? e. look angry to influence others to decide things your way? Part 3 1 - What is the relationship between facial expressions and emotion?

2 - Do you think there is a universal nature of facial expressions? Why or why not?

Part 4 Do you find yourself obeying the principle of least effort or the law of less work? For example, do you drive instead of walk, take the elevator instead of stairs, eat fast-food rather than cook, or take an easy elective course rather than a challenging one? Why do you think this is so?

Who will be more successful in life: a person with many motivational resources but few intellectual resources or a person with few motivational resources and many intellectual resources? If you are currently in a romantic relationship, estimate your rewards, costs, investments, and alternatives. Based on this analysis, what is your prognosis for the relationship?

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