Anger

  Anger helps us survive. We feel it in response to threats or pain. It can spark a self-protective response of fight or flight. The emotion energizes us for self-protective action. Uncontrolled anger or repressed anger may be unhealthy. Associated emotions are rage, aggravation or annoyance. Basic emotions are emotions that have been scientifically proven ...

Fear 1

Fear can also protect us by telling us to get out of the way of something frightening whether tangible or psychological. Some fears are common to people in a given situation, such as fear of violent weather events or planes crashing. Other fears are personal, such as fear of a certain animal or place. Fear ...

Sadness 1

Sadness is another universal emotion. The emotion is usually felt in times of loss, either loss of something or someone loved or loss of the hope for some circumstance. Sadness can occur when a relationship ends, or when reflecting upon a situation out of our control such as lives lost in disaster or war. Equated ...

Identifying Person’s Emotions based on Facial Expressions

Facial expressions comprise a considerable amount of non-verbal communication. With our 80 facial muscles we can create more than 7,000 facial expressions. It is one of the most difficult types of non-verbal communication to master, by being able to catch micro-expressions and the subtle meanings. There are six main types of facial expressions found in all cultures ...

Pictures of Facial Expressions

ANGER Quite simply, the anger that you often feel comes from frustration, and if not allowed to express itself, it comes through as depression, or even violence, against yourself, others or both. HAPPINESS When something good happens to somebody. DISGUST Disgust is a type of aversive reaction that involves withdrawing from a person or object ...

Meanings of Different Facial Expressions 1

  We suggest that the kinds of faces we meet, the circumstances under which we interact with people and the way that we interact them, are profoundly influenced by the nature of facial expressions. Facial expressions is one thing but reading people by their facial expressions and body language is another. We read people by ...