Duchenne Smile vs Fake Smile

What does a Duchenne smile look like?It’s often quite involuntary, and experienced during times of genuine happiness or enjoyment. What Does The Duchenne Smile Look Like? … The smile is distinctive, with the mouth turning up (the zygomatic major muscle), the cheeks lifting, and the eye sockets crinkling to create crow’s feet (the orbicularis oculi).

What does a fake smile look like?

If a person is faking a smile, their upper face will not move. The absence of crow’s feet: The orbicularis oculi muscle is also responsible for “crow’s feet,” or small wrinkles, at the corners of the eyes. “Crow’s feet” are a telltale sign of a genuine smile

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