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31. Unnatural laughter
Unnatural laughter is often a sign of stress or nervousness as an effort to dispel tension or change the atmosphere. Artificial laughter is a sign of cooperation and a wish to maintain empathy
32. Pasted smile
A pasted smile appears quickly, is fixed for longer than a natural smile, and seems not to extend to the ears This typically suggests suppressed displeasure or a forced agreement.
33. Tight lipped smile
A tighyt lipped smile stretches across face in a straight line, teeth concealed. It indicates a secret not ready to be shared, possibly due to distrust or dislike . It can also be taken as a rejection signal.
34. Natural laughter
In terms of body language genuine laughter is a sign of feeling at ease or relaxation. Natural laughter can extend to all the upper body or whole body. When we laugh, Endorphins are released. Pain and stress reduces. Also vulnerabilities show and can become more visible because people's guard drops when laughing. Laughter therapy is an accepted therapy to relieve the pain.
35. Blinking frequently
Normal blinking rate is considered to be between six and twenty times a minute, depending on the expert. When a person blinks more times it implies excitement or pressure. Blink rate can increase to up to a hundred times a minute but is not a reliable sign of lying
36. Winking eye
A wink is generally an intimate signal and is associated with male flirting. It is strange that a non-contact wink can carry more personal implications than a physical handshake, and in many situations more than a kiss on the cheek. A wink can also signal a shared joke or a secret.
37. Rubbing eye or eyes
Rubbing your eyes or one eye can indicate disbelief, as if checking the vision, or upset, in which case the action relates to tiredness or crying or boredom, and not always a need for sleep. If however there is a long pronounced blink, this tends to support the tiredness interpretation.
38. Eye shrug
An upward roll of the eyes implies frustration or exasperation, as if looking to the heavens for help.
39. Direct eye contact
Eyes that are focused on the speaker's eyes, tend to imply focused and interested attention, which is normally a sign of attraction to the person and/or the subject.
40. widening eyes
Widening the eyes generally means interest in someone or something which often invites positive response. Widened eyes with raised eyebrows can indicate shock, but otherwise widening of eyes imply an opening and welcoming expression. In women especially widened eyes tend to increase attractiveness.
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