facial expression) cues from the teaser, and any information about the relationship quality between the teaser and target, which individuals typically use to determine if a tease
is intended to be hostile or affiliative (Barnett et al.
As Eisenberg (1986) noted, family members often utilize teasing to promote positive interactions, and peers have been found to tease
to express affection, promote playful interactions, and as a means of building or maintaining group membership (Shapiro et al.
The specific items that served as the focus of a tease
were categorized as follows: clothing (26.
My advice: Be clever but honest with the viewer, and make sure the story itself is longer than the tease
Adult males are more likely to tease
and joke, to interrupt their children, to use direct (rather than mitigated) speech, to provide less feedback (acknowledgements and supportive responses), to talk less and be more tolerant of silence during shared activities, to challenge their child and adult speaking partners.
Richard Hannon already has a decent list of juveniles who could be Royal Ascot-bound - and Tease
can join that band today.
Several times during the year I ask test essay questions such as, "What should you do when someone teases
you and hurts your feelings?
Instead of scaring the audience with a tease
asking if a smallpox epidemic is likely, the reasonable change would be to sum up the story in clear terms: "A smallpox epidemic is (likely, not likely, or a possibility) at this time.
For some examples of tease
and seize copy, go to the page of library resources at www.
Don't be upset they tease
you Just stand tall and say, "If you were me, think how you would feel," or "I just need more time than you.
Both reappear over this Bank Holiday weekend in terrestrial televised events: Cream Tease
in today's Group 3 at Goodwood and Sir Ninja in tomorrow's Hennessy Cognac Blaydon Race at Newcastle.
Then they lurched to a nearby bar and embarked on a strip tease
so raunchy that they had to be stopped by the owner.