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    Does your child not notice or understand when people look angry, surprised, or even happy? Some kids need extra help learning to read facial expressions. Here are some strategies you can try to help them learn to better read and interpret these important social cues. Take or gather photos of people your child knows. Look for a range of facial expressions. Print and make flashcards.
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    Micro Expressions. What are micro expressions? Micro expressions are facial expressions that occur within a fraction of a second. This involuntary emotional leakage exposes a person's true emotions.
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    How to Read Facial Expressions

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    We rely on a variety of information, including tone of voice Paulmann and Uskul , body language Aviezer et al , and contextual cues Aguert et al Nevertheless, our ability decode faces is very important, and may be linked with several measures of success and social competence. They tend to perform better academically Kang et al In addition, experiments hint that people who are better at identifying fearful expressions are more kind and generous e. On the flip side, children who have more trouble identifying emotion in faces are more likely to have peer problems and learning difficulties Goodfellow and Nowicki
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