microexpression

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microexpression

A transient facial expression of an intense, concealed emotion, generally lasting a few tenths of a second.
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He has spent four decades observing, interviewing, and videotaping couples and cataloging the multitude of microexpressions and macro-patterns that make--or break--a relationship.
The Emotient system sets the industry standard for accuracy, with the precise ability to detect single-frame microexpressions of emotions.
American psychologist Paul Ekman's "atlas of emotions" describes over 10,000 microexpressions, and, recently, researchers from the University of Ohio published findings that reveal 21 "combination" emotions.
Microexpressions are fleeting expressions of concealed emotion, sometimes so fast that they happen in the blink of an eye--as fast as one-fifteenth of a second.
The phrase is the tagline the German television station Vox attached to the US series Lie to Me; pop-culture punch lines of this sort are typical for Panhans and Winkler, and much as Lie to Me turns on discovering hidden truths in facial microexpressions, the artists have subtly staged scenes from the world of quotidian consumerism.
The field of movement analysis has made notable progress, especially through the use of modern technology to permit close study of so-called microexpressions related to emotions, cognition, and performance that are generally not under the conscious control of the subject under observation.
To the contrary, racist expressions are normal to our culture, manifest not only in extreme epithets but in insinuations and suggestions, in reasoning and representations, in short, in the microexpressions of daily life.
The Emotient system sets the industry standard for accuracy, with the highly precise ability to detect single-frame microexpressions of emotions.
The technology sets the industry standard for real-time, high accuracy emotion detection, with the ability to detect single-frame microexpressions of emotions.
The technology can detect single-frame microexpressions of emotions.
It seems that kissing is as much a part of being human as flirting and the chemistry behind microexpressions.