Handbook of communication and emotion: research, theory, by Peter A. Andersen, Laura K. Guerrero

By Peter A. Andersen, Laura K. Guerrero

Emotion is once more on the vanguard of analysis in social psychology and character. The guide of verbal exchange and Emotion offers a complete examine the questions and solutions of curiosity within the box: How are particular feelings (fear, jealousy, anger, love) communicated? How does the effectiveness, or ineffectiveness, of this communique have an effect on relationships? How is the verbal exchange of emotion Read more...

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Communication and Emotions 13 (Ekman, 1972; Ekman, Sorellson, & Friesen, 1969; Izard, 1971) has shown that facial expressions commonly associated with the basic emotions are encoded and decoded similarly by members of different cultures. It is also interesting that silence was a fhirly common response to these emotions. This illustrates the power that emotion has to interrupt or inhibit COlnmunication, as ,,veil as to promote it. Finally, it is noteworthy that disgust, shame, and guilt, which are sometimes ~tot identified as basic emotions, were characterized by less distinctive attributes than were the other four emotions.

But there are complications. The first question is whether disti~m emotions are expressed through the face, or whether a more continuous array of emotion might be operating. Russell (1994) argued that the assumption of distinct emotions is seldom challenged or tested, and when it is, the evidence is not strong. One major problem is that most studies of both encoding or expressing emotions and decoding or judging emotions simply assume distinct emotions (usually joy, surprise, sadness, fear, anger and disgust).

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