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The mechanism of human facial expression

  • Duchenne, G.-B. , Cuthbertson, R. Andrew
  • Cambridge Univ Press
  • 2006
The mechanism of human facial expression
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    The mechanism of human facial expression /by G.-B. Duchenne de Boulogne; edited and translated by R. Andrew Cuthbertson.
  • Uniform Title
    Mécanisms de la physionomie humain
  • Publication
    Edinburgh :Cambridge Univ Press,2006.
  • Author
    Duchenne, G.-B., Cuthbertson, R. Andrew
  • Phy Desc.
    xvi, 288 p. :ill. ;23 cm.
  • Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Contents Note
    Part 1. The mechanism of human facial expression or an electrophysiological analysis of the expression of the emotions : A. Introduction : 1. A review of previous work on muscle action in facial expression - 2. Principal facts that emerge from my electrophysiological experiments - 3. The reliability of these experiments - 4. The purpose of my research - B. Scientific section : 5. Anatomical preparations, and portraits of the subjects who underwent electrophysiological experiments - 6. The muscle of attention (m. frontalis) - 7. The muscle of reflection (superior part of m. orbicularis oculi, that part of the muscle called the sphincter of the eyelids) - 8. The muscle of aggression (m. procerus) - 9. The muscle of pain (m. corrugator supercilii) - 10. The muscles of joy and benevolence (m. zygomaticus major and the inferior part of m. orbicularis oculi) - 11. The muscle of lasciviousness (transverse part of m. nasalis) - 12. The muscle of sadness (m. depressor anguli oris) - 13. The muscles of weeping and whimpering (m. zygomaticus minor and m. levator labii superioris) - 14. The muscles complementary to surprise (muscles that lower the mandible) - 15. The muscle of fright, of terror (m. platysma) - 16. A critical study of several antiquities from the point of view of m. corrugator supercilii and m. frontalis - C. Aesthetic section : 17. Aesthetic electrophysiological studies on the mechanism of human facial expression - 18. Further aesthetic electrophysiological studies - 19. Synoptic table on the plates of the Album - Part 2. Commentary chapters : 1. The highly original Dr. Duchenne - 2. The Duchenne de Boulogne Collection in The Department of Morphology, L''École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts - 3. Duchenne today: Facial expression and facial surgery - 4. Duchenne and facial expression of emotion.
  • Topical Term
    Facial expression - Physiological aspects
    Face - Muscles
    Medicine - History
    History of Medicine
    World Health
  • ISBN
    9780521032063(pbk.), 0521032067(pbk.)
  • Language
    English

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Table of Content

Part 1. The mechanism of human facial expression or an electrophysiological analysis of the expression of the emotions
A. Introduction
Chapter 1. A review of previous work on muscle action in facial expression
Chapter 2. Principal facts that emerge from my electrophysiological experiments
Chapter 3. The reliability of these experiments
Chapter 4. The purpose of my research

B. Scientific section
Chapter 5. Anatomical preparations, and portraits of the subjects who underwent electrophysiological experiments
Chapter 6. The muscle of attention (m. frontalis)
Chapter 7. The muscle of reflection (superior part of m. orbicularis oculi, that part of the muscle called the sphincter of the eyelids)
Chapter 8. The muscle of aggression (m. procerus)
Chapter 9. The muscle of pain (m. corrugator supercilii)
Chapter 10. The muscles of joy and benevolence (m. zygomaticus major and the inferior part of m. orbicularis oculi)
Chapter 11. The muscle of lasciviousness (transverse part of m. nasalis)
Chapter 12. The muscle of sadness (m. depressor anguli oris)
Chapter 13. The muscles of weeping and whimpering (m. zygomaticus minor and m. levator labii superioris)
Chapter 14. The muscles complementary to surprise (muscles that lower the mandible)
Chapter 15. The muscle of fright, of terror (m. platysma)
Chapter 16. A critical study of several antiquities from the point of view of m. corrugator supercilii and m. frontalis

C. Aesthetic section
Chapter 17. Aesthetic electrophysiological studies on the mechanism of human facial expression
Chapter 18. Further aesthetic electrophysiological studies
Chapter 19. Synoptic table on the plates of the Album

Part 2. Commentary chapters
Chapter 1. The highly original Dr. Duchenne
Chapter 2. The Duchenne de Boulogne Collection in The Department of Morphology, L''École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts
Chapter 3. Duchenne today: Facial expression and facial surgery
Chapter 4. Duchenne and facial expression of emotion