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What the Face Reveals

Basic and Applied Studies of Spontaneous Expression Using the Facial Action Coding System (FACS)

Erika L. Rosenberg (Redaktør) ; Paul Ekman (Redaktør)

For years, What the Face Reveals has been a singular collection of previously published original research using the Facial Action Coding System (FACS) to study facial behavior. Accompanying each article is an author commentary, prepared for this book, on the value of bringing FACS-based measurement to their area of study. Les mer
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For years, What the Face Reveals has been a singular collection of previously published original research using the Facial Action Coding System (FACS) to study facial behavior. Accompanying each article is an author commentary, prepared for this book, on the value of bringing FACS-based measurement to their area of study. The new third edition includes new research findings and applications, and extends the focus of earlier volumes to showcase the
development of Animal FACS systems and applications of automated FACS measurement. What the Face Reveals is an indispensable reference to anyone who uses FACS in their research, as the studies showcased here employ a variety of methodological and design technique for the use of FACS that could be replicated or extended
in other research contexts.

New to this Edition:

-Revised to include 50% new contributions, reflecting changes in facial measurement in the 21st century

-New structure organized around six areas of FACS research: Animal FACS, Automated Measurement, Basic Affective Science, Development, Pain, Psychopathology, and Social and Health Psychology

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction to the 3rd edition: FACS in the 21st Century (Erika L. Rosenberg)

Section 1: Animal FACS

Chapter 1: Classifying Chimpanzee Facial Expressions Using Muscle Action. (Lisa A. Parr, Bridget M. Waller, Sarah J. Vick, and Kim A. Bard)
Afterword: Ten years after ChimpFACS. (Parr)

Chapter 2: Pedomorphic facial expressions give dogs a selective advantage. (Bridget M. Waller, Kate Peirce, Catia C. Caeiro1, Linda Scheider, Anne M. Burrows, Sandra McCune, and Juliane Kaminski)
Afterword: Extending FACS beyond primates (Waller)

Chapter 3: EquiFACS: The Equine Facial Action Coding System (Coding System (Jen Wathan, Anne M. Burrows, Bridget M. Waller, Karen McComb.)
Afterword: What might comparisons across species reveal? (Wathan)

Section 2: Automated FACS measurement

Chapter 4: Signal characteristics of spontaneous facial expressions: Automatic movement in solitary and social smiles. (Karen L. Schmidt, Jeffrey F. Cohn, & Yingli Tian)

Chapter 5: Toward automatic recognition of spontaneous facial actions
(Marian Stewart Bartlett, Javier R. Movellan, Gwen LIttlewort, Bjorn Braathen, Mark G. Frank, & Terrance J. Sejnowski)
Afterword: The next generation of automated facial measurement. (Movellan & Bartlett)

Chapter 6: Spontaneous facial expression in unscripted social interactions can be measured automatically (Jeffrey M. Girard, Jeffrey F. Cohn, Laszlo A. Jeni, Michael A. Sayette, & Fernando De la Torre.)
Afterword: Generalizability of automated AU detection (Girard & Cohn)

Section 3: Basic Affective Science

Chapter 7: Differentiating emotion elicited and deliberate emotional facial expression (Ursula Hess & Robert E. Kleck)
Afterword: Objective Differences versus Observer's Ratings. (Hess)

Chapter 8: Smiles When Lying (Paul Ekman, Maureen O' Sullivan* & Wallace Friesen*)
Afterword: Smiles when lying (Ekman)

Chapter 9: Coherence between expressive and experiential systems in emotion
(Erika L. Rosenberg & Paul Ekman)
Afterword: Emotions as unified responses (Rosenberg)

Chapter 10: Signs of appeasement: Evidence for distinct displays of embarrassment, amusement, and shame (Dacher Keltner)
Afterword: The forms and functions of embarrassment (Keltner).

Section 4: Development

Chapter 11: Differential Facial Responses to Four Basic Tastes in Newborns
(Diane Rosenstein & Harriet Oster)
Afterword: Facial Expression as a Window on Sensory Experience and Affect in Newborn Infants: Research with Baby FACS (Oster)

Chapter 12: Do Infants Show Distinct Negative Facial Expressions for Fear and Anger? Emotional Expression in 11-Month-Old European American, Chinese, and Japanese Infants (Linda A. Camras, Harriet Oster, Roger Bakeman, Zhaolan Meng, Tatsuo Ujiie, & Joseph J. Campos.)
Afterword: Studying Infant Facial Expressions Across Cultures (Camras, Oster, & Campos)
Chapter 13: All smiles are positive, but

Om forfatteren

Erika Rosenberg, PhD, a facial scientist who trained with Paul Ekman (senior author of the FACS system), has worked extensively with FACS in both research and applied fields since 1988. She is a Consulting Scientist at the Center for Mind and Brain at UC Davis and Chief Scientific Office at Humain, Ltd. Creator of the 5-day FACS workshop, Dr. Rosenberg has trained hundreds of people around the world to use FACS and contributed to the ongoing
development of FACS training tools. She consults on the use of FACS in a variety of contexts including the behavioral sciences, law enforcement, and digital effects. Erika Rosenberg is also a teacher of meditation and co-developer of the Compassion Cultivation Training Program (CCT) at Stanford University. She is Founding
faculty at The Compassion Institute (a non-profit devoted to compassion education worldwide), and Faculty at The Nyingma Institute of Tibetan Studies in Berkeley.

Paul Ekman, PhD is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco and co-creator of the Facial Action Coding System (FACS), with Wallace V. Friesen. Dr. Ekman's groundbreaking cross-cultural research on the universality of facial expressions of emotion helped launch the field of emotion research in the mid-late 20th Century. He and Wallace Friesen published the original FACS manual in 1978, and, with Joe Hager, PhD, published its first revision in 2002. Dr. Ekman,
is regarded as a pioneer in the study of facial expression, emotion, and deception, and has published thousands of articles, books, and chapters across these areas.