Archive for the Non-verbal Behavior Category
Comments Off on New Reading Emotions System
John Habershon, of Momentum Research has developed a comprehensive collection of 55 expressions of subtle and mixed emotions can now be used on any desktop or mobile device as a handy reference tool. Each clip is accompanied on their website by a set of stills and a detailed description of the changes […]
Comments Off on BPS News: Guilty – It’s all in the eyes
The British Psychological Society reported: “Suspects of crime could be given away by their eyes, new research suggests. Psychologists at Nottingham Trent University used eye tracking equipment to monitor the eye movement and gaze of ‘innocent’ and ‘guilty’ participants as part of a series of videoed mock scenarios. The research […]
Comments Off on The World of Gestures by Dr David Matsumoto – Webinar
Saturday June 7, 2014 10:00 am-11:30 am, Pacific Time Learn what gestures are, the different types of gestures that exist, and how you can use that information to better read people when interacting with them! A fantastic supplement to our facial expression recognition training! This 90 minute webinar will improve […]
Comments Off on Can you spot the difference between a fake and genuine smile?
Test your abilities to detect a fake smile on this BBC link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/surveys/smiles/
Comments Off on Free Microexpression Training Demo
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Comments Off on CFN is now an affiliate and distributor of Humintell E-learning resources.
Affiliation with Humintell We are now officially recognised as affiliates of Humintell, and distributors of their E-learning resources. Humintell products are based on many years of innovative study and research, and combine state-of-the-art behavioral science with real world practical experience to provide unique training in the fields of facial expression of […]