Discussion in 'Teacher Time Out' started by Peachyness, Feb 23, 2008.
Feb 24, 2008
I got a 19 out of 20! I missed the man with the crazy white hair toward the end. That was fun!
Feb 25, 2008
I got 19 out of 20! I watched their eyes and those who were fake you could see "it" in their eyes - their smile did not go into their eyes. Or I am just used to knowing and working with a lot of fake people!!! LOL
17 out of 20. Not bad. Some of the people shake so it looks like they are actually laughing. I assumed those people had genuine smiles and that helped. Also, I watched the eyes. The latino dude was pretty cute. He looked like a guy I went to school with who was from South America.
aww man, I am the all time looser with only 7 out of 20 boo-hoo for me! I guess I am not good at reading people!!!!
I'm going to make my fiace take the test. He's a police officer, so it would be interesting to see how good he is at reading people.
Feb 28, 2008
That was fun! I thought for sure I would not do well! I got 17 too, I got numbers 5, 8, and 20 wrong.
I got 16. I thought I would get them all because I fake smile all the time! I also looked at the eyes. The fake ones didn't sparkle
Feb 29, 2008
I got 17 out of 20 right. Three I thought were fakes were genuine. Of those three, I was innitially torn between fake and genuine. One just looked fake even after I knew the answer.
19 for me. I usually watch people's eyes to tell between a fake and genuine smile.
Mar 3, 2008
I got 19 of 20! I can't believe it! haha I didn't expect to do that well
Mar 4, 2008
I got 15 out of 20.
But I did hesitate a lot and thought my score would be horrible!
Mar 7, 2008
19 for me too - like most of you, the eyes made it look real or not, for me.
Have you ever had a child come to you, cover their mouth and say "guess if I'm smiling or not"? All you see are their eyes, but you can tell if they are really smiling.... something about the eyes...
I got 17. I wonder how much depends on how good they are at faking? (I reckon I can fake a smile pretty well, especially when a painful parent walks in the room.)