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Facial Expressions Of Emotion Across Cultures: Are They Innate or Learned ?


Facial Expressions Of Emotion,  Are They Innate Or Learned ? Mimicking other people’s facial expressions is a very intuitive and innate way to be able to empathize, create bonds and communicate with others. In the article “Emotion expression in social … Continue reading

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How Cultures Impact The Brain and Expat Lives?


1-Basic concepts of cultural neurosciences There is a lot of new research going on in the field of cultural neurosciences, looking at the relations existing between cultural dimensions and the brain’s activity referred by some scientists as  brain’s plasticity. Tufts … Continue reading

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Cross-Cultural Non Verbal Communication


Because we live in a shrinking global village, more and more people from different cultures are interacting with each other so  it is important to learn appropriate gestures and non verbal communication  to avoid conflicts or international  business negotiation failures. … Continue reading

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Five Mistakes People Make Reading Your Body Language


Those are typical  mistakes people make all the time especially in a multicultural context.   For example while I was working in Japan,  looking straight in the eyes of a Japanese business person would be considered as very impolite and … Continue reading

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