Category Archives: Facial Expressions

Expression of the Day 10th October, 2020

Expression of the Day! What do you think Kate Middleton’s facial expression is saying? What’s the context – what do you think is going on? Would there be a word, sound or sentence you’d expect to see with this expression? … Continue reading

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Expression of the Day 7th October, 2020

Expression of the Day! What do you think Brad Pitt’s facial expression is saying? What would be a situation where you might do this yourself? Would there be a word, sound or sentence you’d expect to see with this expression? … Continue reading

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Prosopagnosia

Prosopagnosia (from the Greek words: “prosopon” meaning face, and “agnosia” meaning not knowing) or face blindness, is extreme difficulty in recognising faces. This is caused usually by some kind of damage to the fusiform gyrus, which is a part of … Continue reading

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The Human Face After 4 Years of War

These two pictures are shown side by side in the Andrei Pozdeev museum. The museum caption reads: “(Left) The artist Eugen Stepanovich Kobytev the day he went to the front in 1941. (Right) In 1945 when he returned”. This the human face … Continue reading

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The Eight Styles of Facial Expressions

Paul Ekman discusses The Eight Styles of Facial Expressions in his book; Unmasking the Face. What is YOUR facial style? The eight styles of facial expressions are: the withholder, revealer, unwitting expressor, blanked expressor, substitute expressor, frozen-affect expressor, ever-ready expressor, … Continue reading

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Did You Know? #49 Universal Expressions

Did you know? There were originally only 6 universal expressions of emotion: happiness, surprise, sadness, fear, disgust and anger. Contempt was later added, making 7 emotions that are universally expressed. #didyouknow http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Duping Delight

Duping delight is when a liar is secretly extremely pleased that their lie is being believed, and their delight leaks through in the form of suppressed smiling. Duping delight can be difficult to notice. To me duping delight comes across … Continue reading

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Blue Pill or Red Pill – Your Choice

To me, the Matrix scene where Morpheus offers Neo the choice of either the red or blue pill is the perfect metaphor as to what I encounter nearly everyday. Let me explain a little. Morpheus is offering Neo the choice … Continue reading

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7 December 2019 Expression of the Day

Expression of the day: What do you think the facial expression of Ashley Kavanaugh is in this image? #expressionoftheday

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22 November 2019 Expression

What do you think Priti Patel’s expression is in this image? Post your thoughts in the comments below. Want to learn more about reading faces, interpreting body language and detecting deception? Click here to order True Lies or take a look at … Continue reading

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