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The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(147)

20/09/2010 11:50
  It was shown, as I record in my notes made at the time, by anunnatural brightness in the eyes, and by an odd, affected manner,impossible to describe.[11] This is stated to be the case by Mr. Tylor (Early Hist.of Mankind, 2nd edit. 1870, p. 52); and he adds, "it is notclear why this...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(148)

20/09/2010 11:50
  The gesturevaries in all degrees from the complex movement, just described,to only a momentary and scarcely perceptible raising of both shoulders;or, as I have noticed in a lady sitting in an arm-chair, to the mereturning slightly outwards of the open hands with separated fingers.I have Many...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(149)

20/09/2010 11:50
  There is nothing very unusual, though the fact is interesting,in these children having gained by inheritance a habit duringearly youth, and then discontinuing it; for it is of frequentoccurrence Office 2007 key is available here. with many kinds of animals that certain charactersare retained...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(150)

20/09/2010 11:50
   I presume that it is complete, as, in answerto my query descriptive of the movements of the shoulders, arms, hands,and face, Mr. Geach remarks, "it is performed in a beautiful style."I have Microsoft outlook is convenient! lost an extract from a scientific voyage, in which shruggingthe...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(144)

20/09/2010 11:49
   A smear of soup on a man's beard looks disgusting,though there is of course nothing disgusting in the soup itself.I presume that this follows from the strong association in our mindsbetween the sight of food, however circumstanced, and the ideaof eating it.[6] `Early History of...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(145)

20/09/2010 11:49
   Duchenne believes that in the eversion of the lower lip,the corners are drawn downwards by the _depressores anguli oris_.Henle (Handbuch d. Anat. des Menschen, 1858, B. i. s. 151) concludes thatthis is effected by the _musculus quadratus menti_.As the sense of smell...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(146)

20/09/2010 11:49
  These movements were accompanied by a little shudder.It was all the more comical, as I doubt whether the child felt real disgust--the eyes and forehead expressing much surprise and Office 2010 is powerful! consideration.The protrusion of the tongue in letting a nasty object fall out of the...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(141)

20/09/2010 11:48
  Three other observersin Australia, one in Abyssinia, and one in China, answer my query on thishead in the affirmative; but as the expression is rare, and as theyenter into no details, I am afraid of implicitly trusting them.It is, however, by no means improbable that this animal-like...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(142)

20/09/2010 11:48
  Disgust is a sensation rather more distinct in its natureand refers to something revolting, primarily in relation tothe sense of taste, as actually perceived or vividly imagined;and secondarily to Microsoft word is so great! anything which causes a similar feeling,through the sense of smell,...

The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals(143)

20/09/2010 11:48
  We seem thus to sayto the despised person that he smells offensively,[5] in nearlythe same manner as we express to him by half-closing our eyelids,or turning away our faces, that he is not worth looking at.It must not, however, be supposed that such ideas actually passthrough the mind when...
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