Universal facial expression.

According to a 1960’s study by psychologist Paul Ekman, all cultures associate these seven facial expressions with the same seven emotions.
R.

Disgust.
S. Pursed lips.

R. Clenched nostrils.

Happy.

T. Primarily, a smile.

S.

T.

Contempt.

U. Primarily, tight lips, raised slightly on one side.

Rest.

Sad.

L. Primarily, a frown (or a furrowed brow).

L.

U.

Anger.

A. Flushed face. B. An inward and downward brow movement. C. A hard stare. D. Flared nostrils. E. Clenched jaw.

Fear.

Surprise.

F. Raised and curved eyebrows. G. Stretched skin below the eyebrows. H. Horizontal wrinkles across the forehead. I. Open eyelids. J. Dropped jaw. K. Parted lips.

M. Widening eyes. N. Dilated pupils. O. Risen upper lip. P. Brows draw together. Q. Lips stretch horizontally.

P.

H. F.

B.

G. M. C. D. O. Q. E. K. J. N. I.

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