Facial expressions of delight

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The most notable research into the topic came from psychologist Paul Ekman, who pioneered research into emotion recognition in the s. His team of researchers provided their test subjects with photos of faces showing different emotional expressions. The test subjects then had to define the emotional states they saw in each photo, based on a predetermined list of possible emotions they had seen prior. Through these studies, Ekman found a high agreement across members of Western and Eastern cultures when it came to selecting emotional labels that corresponded with facial expressions. Expressions he found to be universal included those indicating happiness, disgust, anger, sadness , surprise and fear. Working with his long-time friend Wallace V.

The 17 facial expressions that express happiness around the world

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Reviews MX Player. News Happiness can be conveyed with 17 facial expressions. This story is from January 17, While human beings can configure their faces in thousands and thousands of ways to convey emotion -- from anger to sadness to riotous joy -- the number of ways our faces can convey different emotions varies. Disgust, for example, needs just one facial expression to get its point across throughout the world.

Humans have SEVENTEEN different facial expressions to convey happiness: more than any other emotion

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Human beings can configure their faces in thousands and thousands of ways to convey emotion, but only 35 expressions actually get the job done across cultures, a new study has found. And while our faces can convey a multitude of emotions -- from anger to sadness to riotous joy -- the number of ways our faces can convey different emotions varies. Disgust, for example, needs just one facial expression to get its point across throughout the world.