Presentation on theme: "Created by Paul Ekman and Wallace Friesen. Acting as though you’re furious when you’re only mildly annoyed Example: You see an old friend at a restaurant."— Presentation transcript:
Created by Paul Ekman and Wallace Friesen
Acting as though you’re furious when you’re only mildly annoyed Example: You see an old friend at a restaurant and greet them as though your excited about seeing them when only you don’t really car as much
Acting as though you’re mildly annoyed when you’re actually furious Example: Let’s say you nephew spills grape juice on your brand new shirt. Although your furious you play it off because he’s only five and you don’t want to yell at him.
Acting as though your furious when you are really indifferent Example: You may not really care about your neighbor’s good news, for instance, but act happy anyway to appear sensitive and supportive.
Acting as though you’re indifferent when you are actually furious Example: It may make you jealous to your romantic partner flirting with someone else, but you choose to act as though it doesn’t bother you.
Acting like you’re furious when you’re actually sad Example: You may take an exam and receive a decent score. You act excited only because your parents are proud of you but you feel upset knowing you could have done better.