Dr. Scheiner was recently featured in The Alexandria Times – Tribune discussing how our faces effect our non-verbal communications.
Does your face reveal your true feelings?
Physician shares 3 ways it can lie about us
Social science experts agree – much of what we “say” is never actually spoken.
“Facial expressions and other body language account for more than half of our communication,” says Adam J. Scheiner, M.D., an international Oculoplastic surgeon.
“When we look at someone, especially when we’re meeting for the first time, we quickly scan the eye and mouth areas of the other person’s face to make some quick judgments Are they friendly or a potential threat? Are they trustworthy? We form first impressions within 7 seconds of meeting.”