Very well presented and easy to read book.
This book is written in first person by a professor, Dr. Paul Ekman, who has dedicated his research in emotions through scientific studies around the world.
In fact, I know what a mouth shrug looks like and I STILL have a harder time seeing what they did with it, so on that note this book is very useful.
Master introduction to a scientific glance at emotions and their embodiments (overall facial).Published 3 days ago by Javs
Wonderful book. Ekman is very knowledgeable, and I recommend any of his works for anyone interested in understanding human emotions and how they affect our perspectives and bodies.Published 11 days ago by First Son
Very informative but dry as toast. He knows what be is talking about and has researched the topic exceptionally well.Published 21 days ago by Stephen Rudolph
Finally, a book by one, if not the, leading emotions researcher in the world! This book is filled with great information. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elorim
Very good book. We study emotions and learned a lot. I became fan of reading nonverbal expressions while I interact with people. The photos are revealing.Published 1 month ago by Karina
I didn't get as much out of it as I had hoped. I read it for ideas on how to describe a person's feelings in a story. The clues to one's true feelings are often so fleeting.Published 2 months ago by Katheryn Haddad
Started watching the Lie to Me series and the technology peaked my interest. Its an easy read. Checked online and may invest in the course.Published 2 months ago by Dina K. Lindeck Rudy
A little dry and hard to stay focused, but very informative. It is amazing how much information is packed in to this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jtown