Temporal Aspects of Facial Displays in Person and Expression Perception: The Effects of Smile Dynamics, Head-tilt, and Gender

@article{Krumhuber2007TemporalAO,
  title={Temporal Aspects of Facial Displays in Person and Expression Perception: The Effects of Smile Dynamics, Head-tilt, and Gender},
  author={Eva G Krumhuber and A. Manstead and A. Kappas},
  journal={Journal of Nonverbal Behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={39-56}
}
Recent work suggests that temporal aspects of facial displays influence the perception of the perceived authenticity of a smile. In the present research, the impact of temporal aspects of smiles on person and expression perception was explored in combination with head-tilt and gender. One hundred participants were shown different types of smiles (slow versus fast onset) in combination with three forms of head-tilt (none, left, or right) exhibited by six computer-generated male and female… Expand

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