Four not six: Revealing culturally common facial expressions of emotion.

  title={Four not six: Revealing culturally common facial expressions of emotion.},
  author={Rachael E Jack and Wei Sun and Ioannis Delis and Oliver G. B. Garrod and Philippe G. Schyns},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  volume={145 6},
As a highly social species, humans generate complex facial expressions to communicate a diverse range of emotions. Since Darwin's work, identifying among these complex patterns which are common across cultures and which are culture-specific has remained a central question in psychology, anthropology, philosophy, and more recently machine vision and social robotics. Classic approaches to addressing this question typically tested the cross-cultural recognition of theoretically motivated facial… CONTINUE READING
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