A new study in Experimental Psychology shows that even if you’re not feeling happy, moving your facial muscles to form a smile may trick your mind into being more positive. Participants were asked to evaluate a range of facial expressions and videos of people walking...
Your smile communicates a lot about you – your overall health, diet, hygiene habits, whether you smoke, and even reproductive prowess. In this way, your smile is a kind of advertisement. A study in PLOS One a couple years ago confirmed the importance of a good smile....
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