We discuss both spontaneous and motivated processes in both emotional expression and recognition. We also discuss cultural differences that can arise at multiple stages of the emotion process beyond emotional expression and recognition. Namely, individuals across groups can respond differently to nonverbal cues of emotion, which involves differences in the subjective interpretation of events via cognitive appraisal, differences in internal experience, and differences in emotion regulation. These, in turn, can influence accuracy in judging emotion cues across cultures.
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