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Synonyms for smile

grin

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grin

all smiles

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Synonyms for smile

a facial expression marked by an upward curving of the lips

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to curve the lips upward in expressing amusement, pleasure, or happiness

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smile on: to lend supportive approval to

Synonyms for smile

a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth

change one's facial expression by spreading the lips, often to signal pleasure

express with a smile

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ANOVA factors were facial manipulation (3 levels: Duchenne smile, standard smile, and no smile) and electrode site (Fz, FCz, Cz, CPz, and Pz).
27), with the differences between scores for those in the Duchenne smile and the no-smile conditions reaching a level of marginal significance (t = 1.
However, this recent study uncovered the possibility that the Duchenne smile can also be artificially simulated.
Babies responded contingently to touches of affection with Duchenne smiles (sd), to speech/vocalizations with ample smiles (sa), and to smiles with simple smiles (ss), ample smiles (sa), and mixed smiles (sm).
Nearby, the hospitality team from San Diego's SLA Chapter offered Duchenne smiles to passers-by near the exhibit hall entrance.
Smiles are generally divided into two categories: standard smiles, which use the muscles surrounding the mouth, and genuine or Duchenne smiles, which engage the muscles surrounding both the mouth and eyes.
The students' Duchenne smile was not only noticed in group activities, but also in funny class moments.
In addition, participants rated the individuals expressing the Duchenne smile more positively than individuals displaying non-enjoyment smiles.
The Duchenne smile, a genuine grin, it's named for 19th-century French scientist Duchenne de Boulogne, whose name is associated with a form of muscular dystrophy.
The results of the study suggest that smiling may actually influence our physical state: compared to participants who held neutral facial expressions, participants who were instructed to smile, and in particular those with Duchenne smiles, had lower heart rate levels after recovery from the stressful activities.
Genuine smiles are known as Duchenne smiles after the 19th-century neurologist who defined them in detail.