posted by Echo on .
The facial-feedback hypothesis tells us that?
A. smiling makes a person feel better.
b. facial expressions are of little importance in communicating.
c. we can tell how a person is feeling by his or her facial expression.
d. smiling is often a cover-up for emotional disorders.
Having alot of trouble with two exams from PF. Any help would be wonderful on On Being a Person, and Psychology in social life.
I'll be glad to check your answer.
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