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Dr Matsumoto on Lying, Deception and Microexpressions

What is the difference between deception and lying? How young do children start to lie? What are micro expressions and were they portrayed accurately in Lie to Me?   Advertisements

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Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin was one of the first people known for researching emotion, believing emotions to be biological and universal. Paul Ekman’s studies of universal emotions with Wallace V. Friesen in Papua New Guinea verified that even cultures that have no contact … Continue reading

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Introduction to Anger

I think Elliott Larson sums anger up well in his quote; “Anger is only one letter short of danger.” Anger can be evoked by any number of personalised triggers, with everyone having their own individual “pet hates”, tolerances, and breaking … Continue reading

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Seven Universal Expressions

There are only seven expressions to choose from – these are what are referred to as the seven universal expressions. Charles Darwin was one of the first people known for researching emotion, believing emotions to be biological and universal. Paul … Continue reading

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