Anger Micro Expression

Anger Micro Expression

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Dr. Paul Ekman discovered that there are seven universal micro expressions (facial expressions whose duration can be as little as 17/100 of a second). The seven universal micro expressions are:

Anger Micro Expression

When someone feels anger, it looks like this:

Anger Micro Expression

  • Eyebrows are lowered and drawn together.
  • Lips are tense.
  • Eyes narrow.
  • Chin juts forward.

When you see anger, avoid going on the defensive. Find the source and highlight cooperation.

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