Science:A smile and a frown mean the same thing everywhere—or so say many anthropologists and evolutionary psychologists, who for more than a century have argued that all humans express basic emotions the same way. But a new study of people’s perceptions of computer-generated faces suggests that facial expressions may not be universal and that our culture strongly shapes the way we read and express emotions.The hypothesis that facial expressions convey the same meaning the world over goes all the way back to Charles Darwin. In his 1872 book The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, the famed naturalist identified six basic emotional states: happiness, surprise, fear, disgust, anger, and sadness. If facial expressions are just cultural traits, passed down through the generations by imitation, their meanings would have diverged by now, he argued.Read the whole story: Science More of our Members in the Media >
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The match was finally played with a three-hour delay, during which the organizers discussed whether to let Mannarina on the court. The Frenchman then succumbed to Zvereva 7: 6, 4: 6, 2: 6, 2: 6.Mannarino was already leaving the hotel when the organizers informed him that they had been contacted by the local health authorities and recommended that he be quarantined in his room. “I was surprised. My thoughts were already on the court,” admitted the 39th player in the world rankings.The 32-year-old native of the suburbs of Paris is one of the members of the French party, who had to agree to a stricter regime before the tournament in order to participate in the US Open at all. But the situation that occurred immediately before the match surprised him.“It was really weird. I was just lying in the room trying to concentrate in case I could get on,” Mannarino confided.Eventually, he lay in the hotel for over two hours before getting permission to leave the room.“We have been in constant contact with the players during the negotiations with the authorities,” the US Tennis Association (USTA) said in a statement. “However, due to medical secrecy, we cannot provide any further information on the whole matter,” added US officials.“I was especially happy to be able to start at all,” Mannarino said after the match, in which he even won the first set, but then he was no longer enough for the world number seven.
The start of the fight was very successful for the Rigans. 19-year-old Rihards Liģis slipped out of the goal and already in the fifth minute reached 1: 0 in favor of the guests, scoring his second goal in six games of the season. Just 10 seconds later, “Rīga” broke the rules, passed the first minority, but was allowed into the second minority in the 16th minute. “Krasnaya Armiya” left the puck on the hair court in the attack zone, but in the continuation of the attack at the free throw from the front of the goal was Danila Hulapov.It was Hulapov who gave Riga a second majority in the last minute of the first third, but instead of regaining control, he reached 1: 2. Krasnaya Armiya withstood the numerical minority, but Hulapov returned to the ice and helped Artyom Pugachov get out alone against Rhine Liepina (2: 1). It only took 19 seconds and the home team threw a third puck. Two “Riga” defenders lost the puck behind their goal, and Matvey Averochkin scored 3: 1. Also yesterday, “Krasnaya Armiya” at the beginning of the second period in a very short interval from 1: 1 reached 3: 1, scoring the second and third goals with a difference of 12 seconds.In the last third, the teams exchanged realized majority, but at the end of “Krasnaya Armiya” scored two more goals – 6: 2. “Riga” will play the fifth and sixth away games in a row on September 17 and 18, visiting the Moscow region “Atlant”.Moscow’s “Krasnaya Armiya” – “Riga” 6: 2 (1: 1, 2: 0, 3: 1).Gates: 4:15 Liģis (Spilva) 0:1, 15:39 Hulapov (Kuzminov, Alishalov, more), 21:23 Pugachov (Hulapov) 2:1, 21:42 Averočkins (Poltapovs) 3:1, 45:21 Kuzminovs (Anops, more) 4:1, 47:59 Mintautiiskis (Fyodorov, more) 4:2, 52:05 Zugans (Kuzminovs) 5:2, 57:36 Anops (Pugachev) 6:2.Litter: 28:20Penalty minutes: 10:12Goalkeepers: Kirils Samsonovs – Reinis Liepins.Resources used:Hockey. MHL. Regular season. Game number …