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Summary Emotions Revealed Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life 108 Rn to distinguish between a polite smile and the genuine thing Can we ever truly control our emotions Uniue exercises and photographs help readers identify emotions in themselves and others Emotions Revealed is a practical mind opening and potentially life changing exploration of science and self. This book became a lengthy read for me and I probably could have read faster if I had not tried to read the book like a textbook But because I read Ekman s book like a textbook I feel like I have meditated on the concepts than I would have if I had just sped read I definitely recommend this to anyone interested in this topic Obviously this is a complicated field of study and Ekman does a great job explaining his research in layman s terms Good stuff La M?ditation cEst Pour Moi our emotions Uniue exercises and photographs help readers identify emotions in themselves and Regency ScoundrelsThe Rakes Inherited CourtesanLady Rosabellas Ruse others Emotions Revealed is a practical mind L'encyclopédie des rebelles insoumis et autres révolutionnaires opening and potentially life changing exploration Toga Party of science and self. This book became a lengthy read for me and I probably could have read faster if I had not tried to read the book like a textbook But because I read Ekman s book like a textbook I feel like I have meditated A Magnificent Farce and Other Diversions of a Book Collector on the concepts than I would have if I had just sped read I definitely recommend this to anyone interested in this topic Obviously this is a complicated field Pièces rosesHumulus le muet ; Le Bal des voleurs ; Le rendez vous de Senlis ; Léocadia of study and Ekman does a great job explaining his research in layman s terms Good stuff

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Summary Emotions Revealed Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life 108 Piness Drawing on decades of fieldwork Ekman shows that emotions are deeply embedded in the human species In the process he answers such uestions as What triggers emotions and can we stop them How does our body signal to others whether we are slightly sad or anguished peeved or enraged Can we lea. A life time s work studying emotional facial expression is made accessible to a general readerEkman shapes a number of aspects of cognitive coaching which is how I came to the book especially the problem resolving map The text supports an understanding that the major emotions have a strong transcultural identity and transcultural distinct facial muscle movements which is no great surprise but importantly he identifies all the nuances that any normal human being would never pick up on without guidance even studying the pictures some aspects are very hard to pick out until you read his notes Facial expressions of emotions are incredibly subtle and would take uite a lot of practice to routinely identify beyond the very obvious extremes If one were to be able to pick these up they would considerably support coaching especially paraphrasing for emotion during the PACE and LEAD of cognitive coaching It is a great book I wish there were just on the actual expressions and less general blurb about the emotions themselves which seemed a little redundant Surrounded by Idiots: The Four Types of Human Behaviour (or, How to Understand Those Who Cannot Be Understood) Audio Download: Thomas Erikson, David John, Penguin Audio on decades Surrounded by Idiots: The Four Types of Human Behaviour (or, How to Understand Those Who Cannot Be Understood) Audio Download: Thomas Erikson, David John, Penguin Audio of fieldwork Ekman shows that emotions are deeply embedded in the human species In the process he answers such uestions as What triggers emotions and can we stop them How does Wierms Egg our body signal to The Glass Artists Studio Handbook: Traditional and Contemporary Techniques for Working with Glass (Studio Handbook Series) others whether we are slightly sad Miracles et signes divins dans le Coran or anguished peeved Next Level Spiritual Warfare or enraged Can we lea. A life time s work studying emotional facial expression is made accessible to a general readerEkman shapes a number Les Dieux et Dieu of aspects Was ist was?, Bd.14, Versunkene Städte of cognitive coaching which is how I came to the book especially the problem resolving map The text supports an understanding that the major emotions have a strong transcultural identity and transcultural distinct facial muscle movements which is no great surprise but importantly he identifies all the nuances that any normal human being would never pick up Miroir des pays: Une anabase ottomane a travers linde et lasie centrale (Sindbad) on without guidance even studying the pictures some aspects are very hard to pick Revelry Taint #1 out until you read his notes Facial expressions Spruce: A Step-by-Step Guide to Upholstery and Design of emotions are incredibly subtle and would take uite a lot Portnoy's Complaint of practice to routinely identify beyond the very The Times Good University Guide 2020: Where to Go and What to Study obvious extremes If Revived Revived #1 one were to be able to pick these up they would considerably support coaching especially paraphrasing for emotion during the PACE and LEAD Visionary Business An Entrepreneur's Guide to Success of cognitive coaching It is a great book I wish there were just Les Petites Reines on the actual expressions and less general blurb about the emotions themselves which seemed a little redundant

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Summary Emotions Revealed Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life 108 A renowned expert in nonverbal communication Paul Ekman led a revolution in our scientific understanding of emotions In Emotions Revealed he assembles his research and theories to provide a comprehensive look at the evolutionary roots of human emotions including anger sadness fear disgust and hap. Ekman writes about the emotions These are anger sadness fear surprise disgust contempt happinessWhile his focus is on universal facial expressions Ekman has a lot to say about emotions They can go on for minutes Anything beyond a few seconds or minutes is a mood Beyond that they are a personality type Emotions have specific triggers but moods just happen for unknown reasons Emotions motivate our lives and we organize ourselves to maximize positive emotions and to minimize negative emotions Emotions are responses to outside triggers For example we are gripped by an inappropriate emotion when we are furious about having been insulted in public Emotions evolved for evolutionary usefulness Ekman states Sadness and despair may bring help from others But many of our modern day emotions are not really emotions We have to learn that a car bearing down on us directly is harmful and we move out of the way because of this knowledge It s not fear that makes us move but a learned response Anger is a dangerous emotion and justified only when lives are threatened and there s no other way to prevent injury Sex and hunger have specific locations in the body so they are not emotions Hatred and resentment are not emotions because they last too long But they are not moods either so Ekman calls resentment an emotional attitude and hatred an emotional attachment along with romantic and parental love Love is not an emotion because love endures and parents never stop worrying about their kidsStartle is a physical reflex but not an emotion The core of fear is the possibility of pain but pain is not an emotion It s too specific and we know exactly where it hurts unlike anger fear and sadness which reside in some undefined part of the body Empathy and compassion are not emotions because we actually feel what another is feeling but the other s feeling is not really our emotion Rather than emotion pure and simple Ekman calls empathy and compassion compassionate empathy and cognitive empathy and emotional empathy Disgust is a negative emotion because it doesn t feel good There are sixteen enjoyable emotions including a few with foreign names Jealousy is not an emotion It is an emotional scene or plot involving three actors Finally it is not until the last chapter that Ekman defines emotions in a summary way Emotion is a feeling it s brief it s something that matters and it happens to us and not chosen by us When in the grip of an emotion we can t reappraise and an emotion s facial signals are clear Ekman is sure that shame guilt and embarassment are emotions even though they don t give off visual signs Ekman s view of emotions raises numerous uestions and issues Anger sadness fear and happiness are emotions if they occur in flashes If they last longer they are something else It s difficult to imagine a flash of happiness particularly when the author gives sixteen variations of this emotion that includes physiological states lasting for than a few minutes These longer lasting variations include for example contentment ecstasy fiero satisfaction for a hard task accomplished gratitude and schadenfreude Emotions motivate our lives the author says and we organize ourselves to seek positive emotions and to minimize the negative ones But how does this work if emotions are triggered responses Ekman uses fear and anger to illustrate triggered responses and most of the examples he uses in the book are these two clearly reactive emotionsHappiness is a large emotional concept that Ekman says we seek to maximize But if we seek happiness how is that a reactive response Ekman has us as passive beings waiting to respond when the right stimulus comes along How is that seeking happiness For that matter why do we seek to minimize the negative emotions Presumably we care enough to want to minimize negative emotions so that raises the uestion of what is care all about and how does care relate to our emotional makeup Ekman says that pain is not an emotion because it s a physical pain But we also know that sadness the flip side of happiness is psychologically painful We know sadness is a pain per Buddha among others and we know that happiness is pleasurable If happiness is an emotion why is not the pain that comes from not getting what we want or from getting what we don t want Ekman states that an insult is a triggering event for anger but why does the self react to an insult What is it about the self that cares enough to be angry In Descent Darwin is clear enough that not everything in our makeup has to have an evolutionary function Ekman tries to find a function for sadness and despair inducing help from others but these could be and are likely to be byproducts of a self that didn t get what it wanted or having lost what it had A good part of life is simply a bummer and it doesn t have to be complicated than that Ekman s example of moving away from a car bearing down on a person is interesting He says it is not fear but a learned response since we didn t have cars back in our reptilian days when fear originated True but back in the day our ancestors probably had rocks falling from cliffs or some predator charging them and the reaction was likely the same as getting out of the way of the car a fear based reaction And it was probably uite reflexive and preceded by a startleIt s easy to focus on the obvious problems with anger and Ekman refers to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for his perspective on this and other emotions In limiting the appropriateness of anger to just one narrow example referred to previously Ekman is removing one of the primary tools for an individual to defend its interests Done well anger signals to the other that there s a problem in contrast to burying it and having it come out in other ways There s something to be said for honest reactions without insincerity For one things you know there s a problem that needs to be addressed For that matter Ekman s takes too much of his understanding of emotions from the Dalai Lama whose understanding of emotions comes from a distinct religious viewpoint that works only if one subscribes to that perspective Mindfulness Oneness Deliverence and devotes years to itSex and hunger and physical pain have specific locations in the body but why is that a criterion for a non emotion We feel Ekman s seven listed emotions in a body wide way But all are FELT Hatred resentment jealousy parental and romantic love are also felt and feeling is one of his definitions of an emotion disgust is an emotion because it doesn t feel good Regarding feeling those who have felt jealousy know that they are in the grip of something far powerful than three actors trying to work something out Those who love their parents or children or partner know they are in the grips of something powerful even if it transcends Ekman s brief moment in time criterion Love endures Ekman says and so does worrying about kids But what is worry if not a low grade chronic fear It can t be a mood because there s a specific source for the worry and it s hard to imagine worrying about the kids as a personality type Despite Ekman s rewording exercise compassion and empathy are just alternative words for sympathy as Hume uses that term which is regarded by most as an emotion of some sort What difference does it make if the other has the emotion that we feel if we are feeling it as if it is our own All in all Ekman delimits his subject matter too severely He is really after the universal facial expressions All of those feeling states and behavioral expressions that do not give off a universal facial expression are chucked They are non emotions Rewording and reconceptualizing is not helpful and do not resonate Darwin viewed emotional life holistically There are gradations of feeling relating to cognitive control ranging from reflex to simple emotions to complex emotions to free choice under cognitive direction in the service of some internal need and gradations in intensity Ekman s seven 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  • Emotions Revealed Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life
  • Paul Ekman
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  • 09 September 2018
  • 9780805075168

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