Paul Ekman, Ph.D is
Professor of Psychology at the
. Ekman is a world-renowned expert in emotional research and nonverbal
communication, particularly for his studies on emotional expression and the
corresponding physiological activity of the face. His research has been
supported by the National Institute of Mental Health for 46 years. He has also
received support from the National Science Foundation, and he has organized an
NSF workshop, "Understanding the Face." Among his distinguished
lectures is a 1992 keynote address to the Japanese Congress of Psychology. Ekman
is responsible for editing the new edition of Charles Darwin's The
Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (
1998), to which he also contributed an important introduction and after word.
The Nature of Emotion: Fundamental Questions (with R. Davidson,
1994) and What the Face Reveals: Basic and
Applied Studies of Spontaneous Expression Using the Facial Action Coding System
(with E. L. Rosenberg,
1998). His latest book is Emotions Revealed
(Times Books, April, 2003).
Davidson, Richard J. and Paul Ekman. The
Nature of Emotion: Fundamental Questions.
Ekman, Paul and Rosenberg, E. L. What
the Face Reveals: Basic and Applied Studies of Spontaneous Expression Using the
Facial Action Coding System.
Ekman, Paul. Emotions Revealed.
Times Books: 2003.
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