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Smile Anatomy: Emotional Self Regulation and Facial Expression Muscle Measurement and Training

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8-trapezius and cervical paraspinals-pull head back for laughter, sighs of contempt, breaths of sweetness.

9-diaphragm- belly laughing

10-arms and hands- hilarious waving

Aggression, Anger and Rage Muscles

1-corrugator-anger, anguish-- pulls eyebrows down

2-Orbicularis Oculi Palpabraeous superior and inferior-- contempt , squints or narrows eyes

3-Masseter- clenched jaw of restrained anger

4-triangularis -complementary of aggressive passions, pulls lower lip out to help form contemptuous face

5-procerus nasi--aggression, frown; lowers, furrows forehead, creates the scowl

6-quadratus labii inferioris-- lowers lower lip

7-Platysma- intensifier-- pulls lower lips down and back, helps show teeth

8-sternocleidomastoid-- pulls head towards chest or tightens neck.

Fear and Sadness muscles

1-Frontalis- muscle of attention

2-palpebralis superior and inferior, muscle of contempt and complementary muscle of weeping.

3-labii superioris moderate weeping or grief, whimpering. This muscle lifts the upper lip. It seems to act as an intensifier for many feelings.

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