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Paul Ekman born February 15, is an American psychologist and professor emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco who is a pioneer in the study of emotions and their relation to facial expressions. He has created an "atlas of emotions" with more than ten thousand facial expressions, and has gained a reputation as the best human lie detector in the world. He was ranked 59th out of the most cited psychologists of the twentieth century. Paul Ekman was born in in Washington, D. His father was a pediatrician and his mother was an attorney.
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Darwin’s Claim of Universals in Facial Expression Not Challenged
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Facial expressions are both universal and culture-specific. Ekman noticed that many of the apparent differences in facial expressions across cultures were due to context. To describe this phenomenon, Dr. Can you read the universal language?
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At the time, the majority of the scientific community disagreed with this theory. Ekman believed that expressions were socially learned, and therefore culturally variable. For instance, if you were born and raised in America, you would display very different facial expressions of emotion than if you grew up in Asia. He would then ask the groups to judge what emotion they thought was being displayed in each photograph. The vast majority of the individuals from the five cultures agreed.
Was Darwin wrong? Darwin never claimed in his great book, The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals , that all facial expressions are universal—only a specific set of expressions that he had observed and studied. They found strong cross-cultural agreement in the labeling of those expressions.