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Facial Expressions

Author : Mark Simon
ISBN : 9780823008315
Genre : Photography
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All artists are tired of persuading their nearest and dearest to look sad…look glad…look mad…madder…no, even madder…okay, hold it. For those artists (and their long-suffering friends), here is the best book ever. Facial Expressions includes more than 2,500 photographs of 50 faces—men and women of a variety of ages, shapes, sizes, and ethnicities—each demonstrating a wide range of emotions and shown from multiple angles. Who can use this book? Oh, only every artist on the planet, including art students, illustrators, fine artists, animators, storyboarders, and comic book artists. But wait, there’s more! Additional photos focus on people wearing hats and couples kissing, while illustrations show skull anatomy and facial musculature. Still not enough? How about a one-of-a-kind series of photos of lips pronouncing the phonemes used in human speech? Animators will swoon—and artists will show a range of facial expressions from happy to happiest to ecstatic.
Category: Photography

The Psychology Of Facial Expression

Author : James Anderson Russell
ISBN : 0521587964
Genre : Psychology
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It reviews current research and provides guidelines for future exploration of facial expression.
Category: Psychology


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Resources In Education

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ISBN : MINN:30000010529943
Genre : Education
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Human Facial Expression

Author : Alan J. Fridlund
ISBN : 9781483288512
Genre : Psychology
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This unique book provides an integrated view of human facial expressions based on contemporary knowledge about the evolution of signaling across the animal kingdom. Spanning fields that range from psychology and neurology to anthropology and linguistics, it reopens and discusses some of the classic questions in the field, including: What do facial expressions express? What are the relations between facial expressions and our motives and emotions? How did our facial expressions evolve? Are there really innate and universal facial expressions? Human Facial Expression is suitable for graduate and advanced undergraduate use as a text or course supplement. Chapters on the history of interpreting facial expressions, and on Darwin's contributions, set the stage for a thorough discussion of modern evolutionary theory and the biological, cultural, and developmental origins of our facial expressions. The incorporation of recent findings on the syntactics and semantics of animal signaling show the fundamental link of human facial expressions to vocalization and language. Coverage includes methodology in evolutionary research Introductory discussion of facial nerves and muscles Compares and contrasts emotion vs. behavioral ecology views of facial expressions Cross-cultural analysis of similarities and differences in facial expressions Reviews paralanguage and gesture
Category: Psychology

Emotional And Facial Expressions

Author : Bruce Flores
ISBN : 1634831233
Genre : Emotions
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Communication is a complex two-way process, involving the encoding, translation and decoding of both verbal and non-verbal cues. The most fundamental cue we utilise when communication with others is that of the human face. This book examines several topics on the recognition, developmental differences and social importance of emotional and facial expressions, including the theory of mind and emotion perception in children developing typically; in-group and stereotyping effects in children's recognition of emotions; mother-infant interactions; and facial expression processing deficits in autism.
Category: Emotions

Technical Report

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ISBN : UOM:39015083666688
Genre : Military research
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Darwin And Facial Expression

Author : Professor of Psychology Paul Ekman, PH D
ISBN : UOM:39015009851174
Genre : Psychology
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Perceiving And Producing Facial Expressions Of Emotion

Author : Xia Fang
ISBN : 9402809961
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"We spend much of our waking lives interacting with other people, reading their facial expressions to figure out what they might be feeling, thinking, or intending to do next (Ekman 1994; Fridlund 1994). At the same time, we also express our own feelings, thoughts, and intentions through facial expressions. Knowing how to read and express emotional facial expressions is not always easy, and it may become particularly challenging when interacting with people from other cultures (Elfenbein & Ambady, 2002; Elfenbein & Ambady, 2003; Elfenbein, Beaupré, Lévesque, & Hess, 2007). The goal of the present dissertation was to shed more light on the two processes of emotion communication-expression and perception/inference-with a primary focus on the roles of dynamic expressions and cultural frame in emotion communication. The empirical work presented here highlights that (a) people from different cultures differ in the specificity of emotion communication (i.e., Westerners are more specific than Easterners in both perception and production of facial expressions of emotion), (b) people from different cultures differ in the interpretation of positive emotions (i.e., the interpretation of a smile depends on its intensity and cultural context), and (c) people infer others' personality traits based on their perception of dynamic facial expressions (i.e., people weigh the end emotion more heavily than the start emotion in dynamic facial expressions)."--Samenvatting auteur.