Author: Paul Ekman
Subject: emotions; face; expression; anger; facial expression; deception clues; disgust; distress; emotions in the human face; facial atlas; facial deceipt; facial expressions; facial emotions; facial management techniques; facial punctuators; falsifying facial epressions; fear; flooded affect-expressors; frustration; happiness; location of facial expressions; masking; mico-expressions; mock expressions; neutralizing facial expressions; qualifying facial expressions; rapicfacial signals; sadness; slow facial signals; surprise; static facial signals; timing of facial expressions; universality of facial expressions
Publisher: Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge
The breakthrough research on the facial expression of emotion which explains how to identify basic emotions correctly and how to tell when people try to mask, simulate, or neutralize them. It features several practical exercises.