This volume marks the first time that a collection of contemporary facial scoring techniques and their utility, whether clinical, experimental, theoretical, or otherwise, follows an historical introduction of the area, thereby recording the developmental history of this science.
List of Contributors. Foreword. Acknowledgements. Section A: Culture, Evolution, History and Medicine. 1. Foreign faces: A Voyage to the Land of EEPICA; R.J. Barrett, M. Katsikitis. 2. Human Face in Biological Anthropology: Craniometry, Evolution and Forensic Identification; M. Henneberg, et al. 3. The Face in Medicine and Psychology: A Conceptual History; G.E. Berrios. 4. Neurology of Human Facial Expression; J. Warren, P. Thompson. Section B: Measurement and Meaning. 5. FACEM: The Facial Expression Measurement System; M. Katsikitis. 6. Facial Affect Recognition Deficits in Schizophrenia: A Case for Applying Facial Measurement Techniques; P. Johnston, V. Carr. 7. Context-Analysis of Facial-Affective Behavior in Clinical Populations; J. Merten. 8. Causes and Reasons in Failures to Perceive Fearful Faces; M. de Bonis. 9. Recognition of Emotion Specific Populations: Compensation, Deficit or Specific (Dis)Abilities? H. Wallbott. 10. Facial Expression and the Self-Report of Pain by Children; B. Goodenough, et al. 11. What Facial Activity Can and Cannot Tell Us about Emotions; A. Kappas. 12. Facial Expressions as Indicators of "Functional" and "Dysfunctional" Emotional Processes; S. Kaiser. 13. Getting to Know your Patient: How Facial Expression Can Help Reveal True Emotion; M.G. Frank. Index.