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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Some don't easier others While most of us can recognise these facial expressions and their corresponding emotions, in the form of a microexpression they may only last a split second and may be followed up with a counteracting smile.
Some we don't are easier others While most of us can recognise these facial expressions and their corresponding emotions, in the form of a microexpression they may only last a split second and may be followed up with a counteracting smile.
Some we don't easier others While most of us can recognise these facial expressions and their corresponding emotions, in the form of a microexpression they may only last a split second and may be followed up with a counteracting smile.
If, while interviewing suspects, witnesses, or informants, investigators see a microexpression inconsistent with the words spoken or the emotions described, they should follow up until they can achieve reconciliation or get a more complete answer.
Ekman tentou desenvolver um sistema mais adaptavel e simples a analise emocional baseado em expressoes faciais denominado MicroExpression Training Tool (METT) e diversos pesquisadores estudam a possibilidade de automatizar o reconhecimento facial atraves de sistemas computadorizados (Cohn et.
gov/pubmed/16866745) tenth of a second came a busy mosaic of body language cues, facial microexpressions, and many more assessments of your dress, posture, smile, and overall demeanor.
Icelandic poet Magnus Sigurdsson captures the microexpressions of nature within his delicate lines, accruing in stanzas no less spare for the immensity of ideas contained within them.
Part II shows actual frames from the study, redrawn for anonymity, showing the microexpressions and other body language associated with different types of interactions.
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.
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.
The Recommendation | The more accurately you can read microexpressions, the better you will know when to reassure a client, mitigate their sadness or defuse frustration or anger.