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Dating psychology and body language

Facial expressions are signals that we make by moving our facial muscles on our face.

Certain gestures such as pointing gestures, can help direct people's focus to what is important that is going on around them.

Proximity represents the physical distance and/or closeness between people.

Judgments made by others are greatly influenced by facial appearance from multiple cues.

There is a wealth of information that people gather simply from a person's face in the blink of an eye, such as gender, emotion, physical attractiveness, competence, threat level and trustworthiness.

They also provide more information about a person, group or interaction that allow for a higher degree of intimacy and quality of contact.

One of the most important impacts of cues on social interactions is the reduction of ambiguity. However, children use social cues somewhat differently from adults.

More specifically, children use social cues in order to comprehend and learn about their surroundings.

Research has found that children rely more on social cues than adults and that children focus more on gestural than other types of cues.

Cognitive learning models illustrate how people connect cues with certain outcomes or responses.

Learning can strengthen associations between predictive cues and outcomes and weaken the link between nondescriptive cues and outcomes.

One's perception of social cues is often impacted by other cues in the environment.