52) Ekman's research proposed that there ________ distinct emotions across : 2115423
52) Ekman's research proposed that there are ________ distinct emotions across cultures.
53) Ekman conducted a number of studies of facial expressions and found that
A) expression varies from culture to culture.
B) there are too many emotions to classify.
C) seven primary emotions are almost universal.
D) common expressions exist only for happiness.
54) The research by Ekman proposed that there are ________ distinct emotions across most cultures.
55) Which of the following emotions might Sven, an exchange student from Europe, have the most difficulty recognising?
56) Many people believe that having a good crying episode is an effective way to vent negative emotions, such as anger or sadness, and that such spells are healthy. What does the research of Rottenberg, Bylsma, and Vingerhoets (2008) say about this belief?
A) The research found that crying tends to increase distress and arousal in most people.
B) The research found that crying actually led to anger in more than 80 per cent of those who were polled.
C) It found support for this belief by showing reduced physiological markers of tension, apprehension, and anxiety after a "good cry".
D) It found mixed results, with a few of the participants reporting crying to be very unpleasant, but most reporting it to be a relaxing event.