Facial Feedback hypothesis is the idea that feedba
Facial Primacy refers to the importance of facial expressions relative to other non-verbal cues.
In the psychology context, the term 'faction' refers to a group of people who share a common interest, opinion, or ideology and work together towards achieving their shared goals. Factionalism often arises in situations where there are conflicting interests or differences in values or beliefs, and individuals or groups form factions to gain power, influence, or control over the situation. Factionalism can occur in various settings, including politics, organizations, communities, and even families.
factitious disorder refers to non-existent physical or psychological disorder deliberately faked for no apparent gain except, possibly, sympathy and attention .