Emotions inside out: 130 Years after Darwin's the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Emotions inside out: 130 Years after Darwin's the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

by Paul Ekman

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ISBN-13: 9781573314657
Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences
Publication date: 12/01/1903
Series: Annals of the New York Academy of Scienc , #1000
Pages: 404

Table of Contents

Introduction1
Part IAnimal Communication
Darwin's Legacy and the Study of Primate Visual Communication7
Meaning and Emotion in Animal Vocalizations32
The Discrimination of Faces and Their Emotional Content by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)56
Animal Communication: Panel Discussion79
Part IPoster Papers
Development of Emotional Expressions in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)88
Response to Naturalistic Fear Stimuli in Captive Old World Monkeys91
Visual Field Information in the Face Perception of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)94
Neuroanatomical Basis of Facial Expression in Monkeys, Apes, and Humans99
A Structural and Contextual Analysis of Chimpanzee Screams104
Part IIDevelopment
A Darwinian Legacy to Understanding Human Infancy: Emotional Expressions as Behavior Regulators110
Emotional Facial Expressions in European-American, Japanese, and Chinese Infants135
Aging, Emotion, and Evolution: The Bigger Picture152
Development: Panel Discussion180
Part IIPoster Papers
Latency and Intensity of Discrete Emotions: Are Discrete Emotions Differentiated by Latency and/or Intensity of Expression?193
Emotion in the Infant's Face: Insights from the Study of Infants with Facial Anomalies197
Part IIIExpression
Darwin, Deception, and Facial Expression205
Expression and the Course of Life: Studies of Emotion, Personality, and Psychopathology from a Social-Functional Perspective222
Sounds of Emotion: Production and Perception of Affect-Related Vocal Acoustics244
Expression: Panel Discussion266
Part IIIPoster Papers
Emotional Expression in Speech and Music: Evidence of Cross-Modal Similarities279
Categorical Perception of Emotion in Vocal Expression283
Acoustic Analyses Support Subjective Judgments of Vocal Emotion288
Pleasure, the Common Currency of Emotions293
The Faces of Positive Emotion: Prototype Displays of Awe, Amusement, and Pride296
Antiphonal Laughter in Developing Friendships300
Darwin's View: Self-Evaluative Emotions as Context-Specific Emotions304
Personality Traits and Sex Differences in Emotion Recognition among African Americans and Caucasians309
Does Pride Have a Recognizable Expression?313
Part IVPhysiology
Darwin and the Neural Bases of Emotion and Affective Style316
The Amygdala, Social Behavior, and Danger Detection337
Blood, Sweat, and Fears: The Autonomic Architecture of Emotion348
Physiology: Panel Discussion367
Part IVPoster Papers
Varieties of Emotional Experience during Voluntary Emotional Facial Expressions375
Disgusting Smells Activate Human Anterior Insula and Ventral Striatum380
Damage to the Right Hippocampal-Amygdala Formation during Early Infancy and Recognition of Fearful Faces: Neuropsychological and fMRI Evidence in Subjects with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy385
The Relationship between EEG Asymmetry and Positive Emotionality in Young Children389
Facial Expression of Emotion in Human Frontal and Temporal Lobe Epileptic Seizures393
Buccofacial Apraxia and the Expression of Emotion395
Index of Contributors403

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