Happiness is often associated with a state of mind that reflects satisfaction, pleasure, contentment, or joy. Happiness is one of the most prevalent emotion faces, and it has attracted studies from different philosophical, religious, and biological paths. All of these studies are to describe the source of happiness. Happiness is portrayed by a facial expression that inclines someone to raise the corners of their mouth upwards.
It is an emotion that often links to things that are unsanitary, infectious, or offending. In a nutshell, disgust relates to something repulsive and is felt primarily in retaliation to the sense of taste, and secondarily in response to anything which evokes a similar feeling via senses of smell, and touch. Disgust is portrayed by a facial expression that causes someone to wrinkle their nose bridge, raise their upper lip, and lift their cheeks. Surprisingly, however, disgust is one of the six emotions that decreases heart rate.
Emotion faces of hatred often associate itself within the range of minor irritation to intense rage. Physically, irritation causes an increase in heart rate, raises blood pressure, and unstable noradrenaline and adrenaline. When someone prefers to take action against whatever threat is causing them trauma or grief, anger is thought to be the dominant response that conveys itself cognitively and physiologically. Agitation is characterized by a facial expression that causes someone to press their lips together firmly, bulge their eyes, and lower their brows.
Fear is an emotion that usually links to threatening or dangerous stimuli. It is an underlying survival mechanism that occurs in response to a traumatic presence, such as pain or the future threat of it. Fear relates itself to escape and avoidance. However, this one should not confuse it with anxiety, which deals with the direct physical response to threats seen as uncontrollable and inevitable. The emotion faces of fear cause a person to open their mouth slightly, raise their brows, and open their eyes somewhat more than usual.
The surprise is an emotion that is often associated with a brief state of being. An unexpected, relevant event invokes this small state of being. However, a shock isn’t always a traumatic emotional event. The surprise is described by a facial expression that causes someone to open their eyes widely, arch their brows, and open their jaw.
Emotion faces of grief often link to feelings of disadvantage, helplessness, and loss. Often, One gets quiet when they are sad, and they lack energy and want to withdraw from others. Sadness often is the direct opposite of happiness, and can also describe itself as grief, sorrow, and misery. Sadness can be of two ways: the temporary lowering of one’s mood or the chronic, persistent lowering of one’s mood, often called depression. Grief is portrayed by an expression that causes one to raise the inner portion of their brows and lower the corners of their mouth.