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Jul 09, Rolling Ideas rated it really liked it. Why is most of the populace unable to read lies when a select few can do so at will? The author also notes why many people make mistakes in reading emotions at certain times. This book is unintentionally a fantastic resource for creating subtle or not so subtle facial expressions for specific emotions or mixed emotions in cartooning, comics or portraits.

I got about halfway through it and maschers to use it primarily as a reference book. Books by Paul Ekman. The husband must inhibit the smile of pleasure on encountering his lover, if in the presence of macshera wife.

I am changing this book from currently reading to read, even though I haven’t read it. maschega

Aug 21, G Lassner rated it it was amazing. So msschera good diplomats, trial attorneys, salesmen, politicians, doctors, nurses, and perhaps even teachers Not only is it easy to read, even for those who are completely unfamiliar with micro-expressions or anything related, it covers the basics while not being overly boring for those who are familiar with the e,man.


In plainspeak, in Lie To Me various methods of psychology were employed in order to ascertain whether or not people were being duplicitous.

There seems to be a pecking order of legitimate claims to grief Loads of photographs to help understand the intricacies and also interesting tips to practice and learn the techniques.

Their role in social life is the first, most widely shared reason people control their facial expressions. Each chapter has very detaile I was very pleased with this book.

The subtitle of this book is “A guide to recognizing emotions from facial expressions”. Three-D modelers whose work seems to have a staring problem might also get a lot of use out of it. I rather enjoy the fact that he makes constant reference to Charles Darwin.

The book has chapters on surprise, fear, disgust, anger, happiness, and sadness. For example, middle-class, urban, white, adult males in the United States follow the display rule of not showing fear in public.

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It feature This reprint edition of Ekman and Friesen’s breakthrough research on the facial expression of emotion uses scores of photographs showing emotions of surprise, fear, disgust, anger, happiness, and sadness. Much better than Ekmans other texts – detailed and practical, with opportunities for skills practice to identify nuances of emotion in facial expressions.

American psychologist that pioneered the study of emotions’ relationship to facial expressions. I recommend this book for people whose livelihoods depend on reading faces: It also had chapters on the science behind this study and the background. People pause to consider what display rule to follow only if they are in strange circumstances display rules vary from culture to culture or if they can’t figure out what the situation is, what their role is, what is expected of them.


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Although, I really enjoyed this book but not the fact that I had to read it on an ebook version I don’t know if it’s just me but most of these facial expressions are easily read if you pay attention mascherw people’s faces. He is trying to avert his readers not to limit themselves to some ”psychological theories” while judging other people’s emotions and not only. I’m willing to bet writers who get stuck sometimes while trying to show, not tell, might find the breakdowns of each emotion helpful, as well.

Great insight from the world’s foremost expert in this field. Paul Ekman is the world’s expert on deceit, facial expressions, and reading the face. It puts the puff in perspective.

Good intro into facial recognition.