In this report I would like to report about the exercise I have performed in week-3 session which test the 'facial feedback hypothesis'. And this hypothesis is an extension of James-Lange theory, which states that the physiological change that we experience in response to a stimulus or an event are in fact our emotions. The facial feedback hypothesis proposes that the emotions we experience are also influenced by sensory feed back from the face.
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