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Facial Expression Model

Differentiate 37 kinds of facial movement that are recognized as conveying distinct emotional meanings—and the multiplicity of ways that they can be blended together

ModalitiesFacial expression
EmotionsAdmiration, Adoration, Aesthetic Appreciation, Anger, Anxiety, Awe, Calmness, Contempt, Contentment, Craving, Desire, Determination, Disappointment, Distress, Doubt, Ecstasy, Embarrassment, Empathic Pain, Entrancement, Envy, Excitement, Fear, and many more
Relevant publicationsSixteen facial expressions occur in similar contexts worldwideWhat the face displays: Mapping 28 emotions conveyed by naturalistic expressionFacial movements have over twenty dimensions of perceived meaning that are only partially captured with traditional methodsHow emotion is experienced and expressed in multiple cultures: a large-scale experiment

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