Dr. Churches and many other studies about the impact of emoticons to human’s emotions and as a vital part of our everyday communication only show how emoticons are becoming more elaborate and how over the years of emoticons’ evolution, more choices are being made available.
Mansfield, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/18/2014 -- Gone are the good out-of-date telephone conversations. Inevitably, technology is drastically replacing the use of telephone conversations. The quickly written word is what makes communication easier for many. But the challenge in this shift of communication is, how sincere do written words convey given the fact that tone of voice, which is a crucial part of communication, is lacking?
Modern times necessitate emoticons. This is a strong claim, yet there is certain truth in it. Certain emotions are but hard to convey via written texts. Satire and insincerity can be difficult to express via a text message, and so are the declarative statements that are not supposed to convey any negative connotation. Certain statements can lead to misinterpretation. This problem in communication as a result of messenger, mobile texts, and chat technologies can be fixed with the use of emoticons.
According to Dr. Owen Churches, a Professor of Psychology from Flinders University in Adelaide, "Emoticons are a new form of language that we're producing, and to decode that language we've produced a new pattern of brain activity. There is no innate neural response to emoticons that babies are born with. Before 1982 there would be no reason that ':-)' would activate face sensitive areas of the cortex but now it does because we've learnt that this represents a face. This is an entirely culturally-created neural response. It's really quite amazing."
This statement from Dr. Churches reveal how emoticons are becoming a part of almost everyone’s daily communication. Based on his studies about how humans react to emoticons, using advanced brain scanning techniques, a human’s occipitotemporal cortex reacts whenever we see an emoticon. An inversion of such emoticon leads to another form of brain reaction. Secret-emoticons.com’s Skype smileys therefore, which are considered as an important feature of Skype messaging is something that would most likely get a positive reaction to anyone who will be receiving or seeing it.
Dr. Churches and many other studies about the impact of emoticons to human’s emotions and as a vital part of our everyday communication only show how emoticons are becoming more elaborate and how over the years of emoticons’ evolution, more choices are being made available. This conclusion leads to the fact that in the future, people are expected to use more of emoticons’ variations. With this being said, we should expect that someday, emoticons would have its own “dictionary” where each emoticon would have a standard meaning. That is the future of emoticons. Wherever these smileys and any other types of emoticons would lead us, it is important that we use them with all sincerity and with all honesty.
Each Skype emoticon is represented by a code or a specific word in the brackets. To apply these Skype smileys, we just copy code and paste it at Skype chat. Secret-Emoticons.com offers a wide variety of emoticons where we can just click on these emoticons to copy the code.