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Anger, Contempt & Disgust Indicators of Violence & Dangerous Intent: Risk Prevention

“Among leaders of groups that committed aggressive acts, there was a significant increase in expressions of anger, contempt and disgust from 3 to 6 months prior to the group committing an act of violence. For nonviolent groups, expressions of anger, … Continue reading

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Genuine Emotions on Screen

As an unfortunate side effect of years of examining facial expressions I’ve become quite critical of what I can only describe as poor acting. As much as I love Criminal Minds, it ruins it for me to see someone being attacked … Continue reading

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Why Learn About Facial Expressions and Emotions

From Paul Ekman’s Unmasking the Face: A Guide to Recognizing Emotions from Facial Expressions…[Learning about facial expressions and emotions is useful] for psychotherapists, ministers, physicians and nurses, trial lawyers, personnel managers, salesmen, teachers, actors.  The psychotherapist must know how people experience emotions. He … Continue reading

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