Emotions Revealed: Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life

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Macmillan, 2004 - 274 sider
“Beautifully interweaves research with anecdotes, recommendations, and the behind-the-scenes flubs, accidental discoveries and debates . . . that are the essence of scientific inquiry.” —Scientific American

A renowned expert in nonverbal communication, Paul Ekman led a revolution in our scientific understanding of emotions. In Emotions Revealed, he assembles his research and theories to provide a comprehensive look at the evolutionary roots of human emotions, including anger, sadness, fear, disgust, and happiness.

Drawing on decades of fieldwork, Ekman shows that emotions are deeply embedded in the human species. In the process, he answers such questions as: What triggers emotions and can we stop them? How does our body signal to others whether we are slightly sad or anguished, peeved or enraged? Can we learn to distinguish between a polite smile and the genuine thing? Can we ever truly control our emotions? Unique exercises and photographs help readers identify emotions in themselves and others.

Emotions Revealed is a practical, mind-opening, and potentially life-changing exploration of science and self.
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Studies have shown that most people are not very good at detecting deception, and a mini-industry devoted to teaching people to "read" body language has developed. Very much in this tradition, Ekman's ... Les hele vurderingen

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When Do We Become Emotional?
17
Changing What We Become Emotional About
38
Behaving Emotionally
52
Sadness and Agony
82
Anger
110
Surprise and Fear
148
Disgust and Contempt
172
Enjoyable Emotions
190
Living with Emotion
213
NOTES
247
ILLUSTRATION CREDITS
263
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Paul Ekman is the world's foremost expert on facial expressions and the professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California Medical School in San Francisco. He has served as an adviser to police departments, antiterrorism groups, and animation studios, and Ekman's research inspired Lie to Me, the FOX TV series . The author of fifteen books, he lives in northern California.

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