Darwin the detective: Observable facial muscle contractions reveal emotional high-stakes lies ☆

@inproceedings{Brinke2012DarwinTD,
  title={Darwin the detective: Observable facial muscle contractions reveal emotional high-stakes lies ☆},
  author={Leanne ten Brinke and Stephen J. Porter and Alysha Taylor Baker},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract Deception—a fundamental aspect of human communication—often is accompanied by the simulation of unfelt emotions or the concealment of genuine emotions to correspond to the false message. We investigated the consequences of extremely high-stakes emotional deception on the engagement of particular facial muscles, posited by Darwin [Darwin, C. (1872/2005). The expression of the emotions in man and animals. In J. D. Watson (Ed.), Darwin: The indelible stamp (pp. 1066–1257) Philadelphia… CONTINUE READING

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