facial expression

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Synonyms for facial expression

the feelings expressed on a person's face

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Ohio State University researchers monitored the brain activity of 10 college students as they were shown more than 1,000 photographs of people making different facial expressions.
The number of correctly recognized facial expressions under two kernel functions is shown in Table 3.
What's novel in the new study is that chimps' facial expressions have been linked with their laughter," Provine says.
Meanwhile, he said Ed Miliband's attempts to show empathy with the audience could have backfired with his facial expressions appearing "false".
Humans are particularly adept at interpreting information conveyed by facial expressions (Parr et al.
Conversely, more experienced people identified both facial expressions and body postures as important features when assessing a dog.
Washington, April 7 ( ANI ): A new study has found that people use more facial expressions apart from portraying basic emotions like happiness, surprise, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust.
Neuroscientist Adam Anderson, associate professor of human development, found that facial expressions are rooted in emotional responses that exploit how our eyes gather and focus light to detect unknown threats.
Gestures, facial expressions, and other nonverbal cues that people use while speaking carry important information about the speakers' emotions, feelings, and intentions.
He studied human emotions and their relation to facial expressions and after a years of cross cultural research he finally created an atlas of emotions with more 10,000 facial expressions.
THESE pictures show facial expressions develop while babies are in the womb.
FACIAL expressions develop while babies are in the womb, researchers in the North East have shown.
She only provides basic information on facial expressions, which are covered in detail in her earlier book, Getting the Message: Learning to Read Facial Expressions.
It reacts to people with real facial expressions like smiling.