Monday, 1 March 2010

The Psychology of Faces

~ Demonstration Page using content deployed to the Icodeon Common Cartridge Platform ~

Who hasn't waited for an old friend at an airport and scanned faces impatiently as passengers come hurrying through the gate?

Finally, your friend appears, face lighting up as you come into view. If a mirror suddenly dropped down before you, there'd be that same goofy smile on your face, the same look of uncomplicated pleasure.

As psychologists now are discovering, the power of the face resides in the fleeting split-second expressions that slip across it thousands of times each day.

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1 comment:

  1. The lesson plan for this page ("The Psychology of Fasces") was developed as part of the IMS Global Learning Consortium valid cartridge test data set.