What the Face Reveals
Basic and Applied Studies of Spontaneous Expression Using the Facial Action Coding System (FACS) (Series in Affective Science)
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 512 pages|
|Other Information: ||20 halftones, 13 line drawings, tables and figures|
|Published In: ||United States, 09 April 1998|
This text examines research on how the face reveals internal emotional states, deception, psychopathology, and aspects of physical health. It is intended for professors of psychology, clinicians, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, and specialists in non-verbal communication.
Table of Contents
Foreword; Introduction; The study of spontaneous facial expression in psychology; I: BASIC RESEARCH ON EMOTION; 1. Is the startle reaction an emotion?; 2. The asymmetry of facial actions is inconsisten with models of hemispheric specialization; 3. Coherence between expressive and experiential systmes in emotion; 4. Will the real relationship between facial expression and affective experience please stand up: The case of exhilaration; 5. Extraversion, alcohol, and enjoyment; 6. Signs of appeasement: Evidence for the distinct displays of embarrassment, amusement, and shame; 7. Genuine, suppressed, and faked facial behavior during exacerbation of chronic low back pain; 8. The consistency of facial expressions of pain: a comparison across modalities; 9. Smiles when lying; 10. Behavioral markers and recognizability of the smile of enjoyment; 11. Components and recognition of facial expression in the communication of emotion by actors; 12. Differentiating emotion elicited and deliberate emotional facial expressions; 13. Japanese and American infants' responses to arm restraint; 14. Differential facial responses to four basic tests in newborns; II: APPLIED RESEARCH; 15. Facial expressions in affective disorders; 16. Emotional experience and epxression in schizophrenia and depression; 17. Interaction regulations used by schizophrenic and psychosomatic patients: Studies on facial behavior in dyadic interactions; 18. Nonverbal expression of psychological states in psychiatric patients; 19. Depression and suicide faces; 20. Prototypical affective microsequences in psychotherapeutic interaction; 21. Facial expressions of emotion and psychopathology in adolescent boys; 22. Type A behavior pattern: Facial behavior and speech components; Conclusion; What we have learned by measuring the face; Index
|Publisher: ||Oxford University Press Inc|
|Dimensions: ||22.91 x 15.04 x 3.12 centimetres (0.73 kg)|