The Smile

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Presentation, Speech 101, Levatterr, Informative II- The Smile

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The Smile

  1. 1. Duchenne de Bolougne 19th century French anatomist Two types of smiles:- The Duchenne smile, or the “genuine” smile authenticated by spontaneous appearance of crow‟s feet- The non-Duchenne smile, “false” smile, social smile or “Pan-Am” smile
  2. 2. Muscles used to smileDuchennesmile Non- Duchenne smile
  3. 3. Duchenne vs. non-Duchenne smile
  4. 4. Kroisos Kouros- The most famous example of the “Archaic smile,” from the 6th century BCE- On display in the Nat‟l Archeological Museum, Athens, Greece
  5. 5. Mona Lisa (La Joconde) 15th century by Leonardo da Vinci- One of the most mysterious, and famous smiles in art‟s history- On display in the Louvre, Paris, France
  6. 6. Harvey Ball‟s - The “Smiley” was created by “Smiley” Harvey Ball in 1963 - One of the most recognizable smiles in pop culture - Ball never trademarked his creation; Bernard and Murray Spain did in the 1970s, adding the phrase “have a nice day”
  7. 7. Smiling……is contagious
  8. 8. Humans are hard-wired to smile- British Obstetrician Stuart Campbell has recorded babies smiling in utero in the 17th week- Campbell says it doesn‟t mean babies have 17 week old baby developed senses, but „smiling‟ in that babies exhibit human utero behaviors in the womb
  9. 9. Strong bonds: smiley baby & mommy - Mom-infant bond intensifies when she see her baby smile - “The SMILE just by itself - just by seeing it - is a powerful social reward,…and its a social reward, especially for mothers who are invested in helping that baby feel good.” - Dr. Ross Thompson, professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis

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