as a doctor training in palliative care and hospice - I am increasingly aware of the importance of reading emotion - which is why I was interested in this.
32/36 - lawyer and English professor.
Paul Ekman promulgated this type of 'science.' I quote it because as a majority of us know - there is a bit of subjectivity to the human experience. Which Ekman seems to ignore.
I hit 30 - and the missed ones were mainly ones where I went back and forth between the "right" read and the alternative , where I think I was reading a next step into the look based, maybe, on an internal story about what w may have been going on.
What does that say about me, I will ponder.
Because people are less able to judge the emotions of faces of types of people they are not accustomed to seeing.
How is one to read a photo of a woman's eyes, when one eyes is in complete shadow and the other is edged with black make-up and smudged out too boot. To read the expression, one would need to appraise more of the face or the general body language.
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