Letting your face do your talking. Article

Davidhizar, R, Giger, J. (1999). Letting your face do your talking. . 49(4),

cited authors

  • Davidhizar, R; Giger, J


  • Throughout the world, facial expression is generally noted in conversation and is used as an integral part of the communication between individuals. Since nursing occurs in an interpersonal arena, nurses need to be especially aware of facial expression and eye behavior and the meaning that may be associated with different expressions. It is important to understand facial expression from a multicultural vantage since the meaning of expressions varies in different cultures.

publication date

  • January 1, 1999


  • 49


  • 4