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Beware: Contempt | Highbrow
On Day 1, you learned that you have a secret superpower. And part of this superpower is the ability to decode faces. The face is the window into the soul—if you know how to read it. Knowing how to read and interpret microexpressions is an essential part of understanding nonverbal behavior and reading people. A microexpression is a brief, involuntary facial expression that is shown on the face of humans according to the emotions that are being experienced. Unlike regular prolonged facial expressions, it is difficult to fake a microexpression. Anger 2.
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Bouts of anger, frustration, and even resentment are inevitable for long-term couples, but certain researchers believe one emotion is more damaging to relationships than others. In a study published in , Ekman noted that all humans — from Americans to the most isolated tribes in Papua New Guinea — shared these basic emotions. Later, he added one more: Contempt , which can be defined as something of a mixture of anger and disgust. Contempt was listed as one of the four destructive behaviors that can destroy a relationship, along with defensiveness, silent treatment, and criticism. But Gottman believed that contempt was the worst of all.
The importance of studying specific and expressed emotions after a stressful life event is well known, yet few studies have moved beyond assessing self-reported emotional responses to a romantic breakup. Of the seven expressed emotions studied, only Contempt showed a unique association with breakup-related distress over time. At baseline, greater Contempt was associated with less breakup-related distress; however, over time, greater Contempt was associated with greater breakup-related distress. In this study, we examine how discrete emotions in the form of facial expressions are associated with subjective experiences of distress following a romantic breakup. For this reason, exploring discrete emotions following a romantic breakup may provide a unique vantage point for understanding emotional coping in the wake of this stressful life event.