Posts Tagged ‘universal’

Risate universali e menzogna – David Matsumoto

  16 agosto 2018 Le risate sono riconosciute allo stesso modo nelle diverse culture? E se è così, possiamo dire se le persone di culture diverse stanno fingendo le loro risate? Questo è esattamente ciò a cui un team di ricercatori ha tentato di rispondere in una recente pubblicazione su Psychological Science. Un gruppo incredibilmente […]

David Matsumoto’s blog: Common Misconceptions about Microexpressions Part 1

  August 28th 2017 Think you know everything about microexpressions? Take a look at our list of common microexpression misconceptions: 1) Seeing a microexpression automatically means that a person is lying Microexpressions occur when people are trying to conceal their emotions, most often in high stakes situations. When you see a microexpression, don’t automatically assume […]

David Matsumoto’s blog: Facial Expressions not Universal? The study and its flaws…

  There have been several recent news articles that suggest facial expressions of emotion are not universal. In a past blog, Dr. Matsumoto sites his retort to a study entitled Cultural Confusions Show Facial Expressions Are Not Universal where researcher Rachael Jack and her colleagues challenged 100s of studies documenting the universality of facial expressions. […]