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turn the doorknob, happy to find that it's not locked because your partner must be home. As you push open the door, savory spices waft from the kitchen—your partner must be cooking. Then suddenly you are gaping at a room full of beautiful smiling faces

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). Sexual misperception: individual differences and context effects . The University of Texas at Austin. Pönkänen , L. M. , & Hietanen , J. K. ( 2012 ). Eye contact with neutral and smiling faces: Effects on frontal EEG asymmetry and autonomic

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say with a smile on my face. As I lie on the couch with two therapists by my side, I observe a battle between my mind and body. My body ready to speak, each cell becoming more energized and attuned to the drug, ready for a deeper knowing of what it

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, R. , Itsiopoulos , C. , Cotton , S. , Mohebbi , M. , et al . ( 2017 ). A randomised controlled trial of dietary improvement for adults with major depression (the ‘SMILES’ trial) . BMC Medicine , 15 ( 1 ), 23 . Doi: doi: 10.1186/s12916

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Authors: Eduardo Ekman Schenberg, Maria Angélica de Castro Comis, João Felipe Morel Alexandre, Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves, Luís Fernando Tófoli and Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

, beautiful and smile for life, with deep feelings of gratitude toward the good things they can enjoy: I came back in pure joy, the first days were even strange because it was so much joy. I came back and everybody said go look yourself

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muscles were recorded from the left side of the face. Corrugator supercilii 's activity is highly activated during frowning and is associated with negative emotions, whereas zygomaticus major 's activity is highly activated during smiling and is

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. This enabled Big Brother to escape with the little Brother mushroom and transform him back into a human. But something had changed: “ Little Brother woke up smiling every morning, the heart happy and a song on his lips ” ( Navet, 1988 , p. 169

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Authors: Robert Beckstead, Bryce Blankenagel, Cody Noconi and Michael Winkelman

followed the elder’s instruction, and his younger brother turned back into his previous form. However, after returning home, the older brother arose in the morning “with his heart heavy with sadness and foreboding,” while his younger brother “arose smiling

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–902. Watson , J. S. (1972) Smiling, cooing, and “the game.” Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 18 , 323–339. Watson , J. S. (1979) Perception of contingency as a determinant of social responsiveness. In Thoman , E. (ed

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. 24. Watson , J. S. ( 1972 ): Smiling, cooing, and “the game” . Merrill-Palmer Quarterly , 18 , 323 – 339 . 25. Watson , J. S. ( 1979 ): Perception of

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