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BUY TICKETS: See the Michigan races | See the Trucks in GatewayRELATED: Full schedule for Michigan and Gateway weekendAll three NASCAR national series are in action this weekend, but at two sites. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR XFINITY Series will travel to Michigan International Speedway, while the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will tangle at Gateway Motorsports Park.Below are the stage lengths for each race. Click here to bookmark stage lengths for every race this season.Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (Race is Sunday, 3 p.m. ET, FS1)Stage 1: Ends on Lap 60Stage 2: Ends on Lap 120Final Stage: Scheduled to end on Lap 200NASCAR XFINITY Series (Race is Saturday, 1:30 p.m. ET, FS1)Stage 1: Ends on Lap 30Stage 2: Ends on Lap 60Final Stage: Scheduled to end on Lap 125NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (Race is Saturday, 8:30 p.m. ET, FS1)Stage 1: Ends on Lap 35Stage 2: Ends on Lap 70Final Stage: Scheduled to end on Lap 160
Want to know how a Japanese person is feeling? Pay attention to the tone of his voice, not his face. That’s what other Japanese people would do, anyway. A new study examines how Dutch and Japanese people assess others’ emotions and finds that Dutch people pay attention to the facial expression more than Japanese people do.“As humans are social animals, it’s important for humans to understand the emotional state of other people to maintain good relationships,” says Akihiro Tanaka of Waseda Institute for Advanced Study in Japan. “When a man is smiling, probably he is happy, and when he is crying, probably he’s sad.” Most of the research on understanding the emotional state of others has been done on facial expression; Tanaka and his colleagues in Japan and the Netherlands wanted to know how vocal tone and facial expressions work together to give you a sense of someone else’s emotion.For the study, Tanaka and colleagues made a video of actors saying a phrase with a neutral meaning—“Is that so?”—two ways: angrily and happily. This was done in both Japanese and Dutch. Then they edited the videos so that they also had recordings of someone saying the phrase angrily but with a happy face, and happily with an angry face. Volunteers watched the videos in their native language and in the other language and were asked whether the person was happy or angry. They found that Japanese participants paid attention to the voice more than Dutch people did—even when they were instructed to judge the emotion by the faces and to ignore the voice. The results are published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.This makes sense if you look at the differences between the way Dutch and Japanese people communicate, Tanaka speculates. “I think Japanese people tend to hide their negative emotions by smiling, but it’s more difficult to hide negative emotions in the voice.” Therefore, Japanese people may be used to listening for emotional cues. This could lead to confusion when a Dutch person, who is used to the voice and the face matching, talks with a Japanese person; they may see a smiling face and think everything is fine, while failing to notice the upset tone in the voice. “Our findings can contribute to better communication between different cultures,” Tanaka says.
Comparing his old club to his new one, the 24-year-old said: “We speak of them as two of the biggest clubs in the world, but globally Madrid are a step in front.” Real Madrid mifielder Toni Kroos has told ‘Bild’ that his departure from Bayern Munich had nothing to do with former Barcelona boss Josep Guardiola. With respect to Xabi Alonso, who has made the reverse journey, Kroos explained: “He’s an extraordinary player and he will help Bayern a lot. I also hope that he will be really happy in Munich. I don’t see any relation between my signing and Xabi going to Bayern.” Upd. at 20:26 08/09/2014 After winning the World Cup with Germany this summer, Kroos swapped his homeland for Spain, but he has assured the press that he got on really with Guardiola during the time the pair both spent at the Allianz Arena. “He tuned my game and helped me to evolve,” he said about the Catalan coach. Finally, he referred to the level of la Liga BBVA: “The Bundesliga is more aggressive, but the level here is incredible. Even the smallest teams are trying to play good football.” CEST Sport EN
CET Sport EN Napoli, Real Madrid’s Champions League opponents, will be without Senegal’s Kalidou Koulibaly, Algeria’s Faouzi Ghoulam and Morrocan Omar El Kaddouri in January, with each of them called up to the African Cup of Nations. Upd. at 19:02 05/01/2017 The three players accepted the call of their respective countries for the tournament that goes from January 14 to February 5. Napoli face Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on February 15, so the players may not be fully adapted back to their usual habitat, which could play into Madrid’s hands.
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