"No one in the world has studied facial expressions as deeply as Paul Ekman. In Emotions. Revealed he presents—clearly, vividly, and in the most accessible. Programming in Java, 3'e. Programming in ANSI C, 4/e. Programming in BASIC, 3'e. Numerical Methods Object Oriented Prog. Book Reviews: Emotions Revealed: Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life, by {TC \11"} Paul Ekman.

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PDF | This work presents a method for designing facial interfaces for Extending the work of Paul Ekman towards a robotic direction, we follow. Paul Ekman's books convey his curiosity and passion for understanding human emotion. Emotions Revealed explains how to repsond to the emotions shown by . Emotions Revealed Paul Ekman PDF - Emotions Revealed. Emotions are what "make life livable," writes psychologist Ekman in this unique hands-on volume.

For that matter, why do we seek to minimize "the negative" emotions? Presumably, we care enough to want to minimize negative emotions so that raises the question of what is "care" all about and how does "care" relate to our emotional makeup? Ekman says that pain is not an emotion because it's a physical pain.

But we also know that "sadness," the flip side of happiness, is psychologically painful. We know sadness is a pain per Buddha among others , and we know that happiness is "pleasurable.

Ekman states that an insult is a triggering event for anger, but why does the self react to an insult? What is it about the self that cares enough to be angry? In "Descent," Darwin is clear enough that not everything in our makeup has to have an evolutionary function.

Ekman tries to find a function for sadness and despair inducing help from others but these could be and are likely to be byproducts of a self that didn't get what it wanted or having lost what it had. A good part of life is, simply, a bummer and it doesn't have to be more complicated than that.

Ekman's example of moving away from a car bearing down on a person is interesting. He says it is not fear but a learned response since we didn't have cars back in our reptilian days when fear originated. True, but back in the day our ancestors probably had rocks falling from cliffs or some predator charging them and the reaction was likely the same as getting out of the way of the car: a fear-based reaction.

And it was probably quite reflexive and preceded by a startle. It's easy to focus on the obvious problems with anger, and Ekman refers to "His Holiness, the Dalai Lama," for his perspective on this and other emotions. In limiting the appropriateness of anger to just one, narrow example referred to previously , Ekman is removing one of the primary tools for an individual to defend its interests. Done well, anger signals to the other that there's a problem, in contrast to burying it and having it come out in other ways.

There's something to be said for honest reactions without insincerity. For one things, you know there's a problem that needs to be addressed.

For that matter, Ekman's takes too much of his understanding of emotions from the Dalai Lama whose understanding of emotions comes from a distinct religious viewpoint that works only if one subscribes to that perspective Mindfulness, Oneness, Deliverence and devotes years to it.

Sex and hunger and physical pain have specific locations in the body but why is that a criterion for a non-emotion? We feel Ekman's seven listed emotions in a body-wide way.

But all are FELT. Hatred, resentment, jealousy, parental and romantic love are also felt, and feeling is one of his definitions of an emotion disgust is an emotion because "it doesn't feel good". Regarding feeling, those who have felt jealousy know that they are in the grip of something far more powerful than three actors trying to work something out.

Those who love their parents or children or partner know they are in the grips of something powerful, even if it transcends Ekman's brief moment in time criterion. But what is worry if not a low-grade, chronic fear.

It can't be a mood because there's a specific source for the worry, and it's hard to imagine "worrying about the kids" as a personality type.

The movement of the shapes reflects how our emotions vary in strength and frequency in peoples lives. The States of an Emotion Each emotion names a number of related but different states.

These states vary not only in their nature, but in their intensity. The Triggers of an Emotion Triggers automatically bring forth an emotion without consideration. The Actions of a State Each emotional state typically results in a number of actions. Click on a state to see the constructive and destructive actions that can result. The Mood of an Emotion Moods are longer-lasting cousins of an emotion that cause the related emotion to be felt more frequently and intensely.

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Ekman has us as passive beings, waiting to respond when the right stimulus comes along.

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