Facial Expressions

Some articles on facial expressions, expression:

Emotion In Animals - Evidence - Specific Evidence - Primates
... scenes with one of two species-specific facial expressions “happy” (a play-face) or “sad” (a teeth-baring expression seen in frustration or after defeat) ... The chimpanzees correctly matched the clips to the facial expressions that shared their meaning, demonstrating that they understand the emotional significance of their facial expressions ...
Facial Expressions
... There are six classically defined facial expressions Joy Surprise Fear Anger Disgust Sadness Some other examples of feelings that can be expressed are Concentration Confusion Contempt Desire Excitement ...
Disgusted - The Neural Basis of Disgust - Insula
... that lesions on the anterior insula lead to deficits in the experience of disgust and recognizing facial expressions of disgust in others ... the contents of a glass (conditions disgusting, pleasant, or neutral) and expressing the facial expressions of the respective emotions ... anterior insula was activated in both the observation of disgusted facial expressions (visual condition) and during the emotion of disgust evoked by unpleasant odors (olfactory condition) ...
Paula M. Niedenthal - Embodying Emotions - Facial Expressions and Attachment
... According to Niedenthal the perception of facial expressions of emotion can be affected by emotional states among many factors ... cognitive processes of perception such as the timing of the perceived offset of facial expressions of emotion influence the perception of facial expressions of different emotions such as ...
Cross-race Effect
... is the tendency for people of one race to have difficulty recognizing and processing faces and facial expressions of members of a race or ethnic group other than their own ... better when they recognize faces and emotional facial expressions of persons of their own race in comparison to faces and emotional facial expressions of ...

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