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I think I expected a little more. A personal display rule may also be quite general; histrionic persons customarily over-intensify all emotional expression I recommend this book for people whose livelihoods depend on reading faces: Both of the other books kept me deeply engaged and glossed over topics covered earlier in the book to save you from having to flip around.

The value is that it maechera many photos of faces expressing emotions msschera variations in intensity and combinations of those emotions. It’s dry, but fascinating! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It’s a training tool for reading faces, and it includes quizzes so you can test yourself. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Very good reference all maschrra have if they desire to understand neurolinguistics associated with reactions based on interaction.

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While reading emotions might seem like a mascchera forward task, it is quite certainly not for most. Why is most of the populace unable to read lies when a select few can do so at will? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Open Preview See a Problem?


Unmasking the Face: A Guide to Recognizing Emotions from Facial Clues by Paul Ekman

At the end of the book they had faces to test you on how much you learned and supporting chapters on subjects such as reading motives behind emotions, or how micro-expressions are affected by facial deceit. Happy, sad, anger, and disgust are expressed the same the world over.

Nov 07, Stefany rated it liked it Shelves: Facial expression is awfully helpful to decode the underlying notes of the expressive language. Put in other terms, you become angry with yourself rather than with the one who hurt you. I’m sure Ekman has a plethora of stories he could sprinkle in to make this book a bit more interesting and still achieve the same academic rigor.

View all 6 comments. He is trying to avert his readers not to limit themselves to some ”psychological theories” while judging other people’s emotions and not only. They occur when a person is either deliberately or unconsciously concealing a feeling. The husband must inhibit the smile of pleasure on encountering his lover, if in the presence of his wife.

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You may have heard of I am changing this book from currently reading to read, even though I haven’t read it. Very detailed treatise into the facial expressions and their linkage to emotions. Emotions are not that hard to understand if you’re empathic or if you’re at least interested in body language. fiu


Other than that, it is a good book to have around for those times when you encounter an unusual facial expression on someone with whom you interact. For example, middle-class, urban, white, adult males in the United States follow the display rule of not showing gku in public.

Knowing when people are lying, even more so. Originally, you may learn the display rule by being told what to do and not to do, or you may learn it by observation and imitation without ever being specifically instructed.

Aug 21, G Lassner rated it it was amazing.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The remarks Paul Ekman often add are very proper. Their female counterparts in the pre-matron or pre-maternal role follow the display rule of not showing anger in public. I found the book interesting on a personal level.

The angle of the subject is approached is different and makes you think. Sometimes display rules are more specific in prohibiting a particular facial expression only in a particular role or social situation.