According to the __________ hypothesis, a set of nerve impulses make the face display the appropriate expression. A. Schachter-Singer theory B. Facial-feedback hypothesis C. Facial-affect program D. Facial-nerve hypothesis?

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According to the facial-effect program hypothesis, a set of nerve impules make the face display the appropriate expression.  People have confused this with the facial feedback hypothesis which is when a facial movement influences an emotional experience.  An example, an individual who is forced to smile during a social event will actually come to find the event more of an enjoyable experience.

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