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The expression of the emotions in man and animals


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This is a new edition of Darwin's original inquiry in which he approached the subject by: (1) the study of infants; (2) the study of the insanej (3) the use of photographs of emotional expression submitted to different judges; (4) the study of paintings and sculpture; (5) the comparative study of expression and gesture among different peoples of the earth; (6) the study of some of the commoner animals.[long dash]"This book," says Margaret Mead in her preface, "should keep us from the shades of the prison house which close on all of those who work only within the narrow traditions of their own age and science and forget the mightier imaginations which made those narrower ways possible and productive." Each of Darwin's questions can now be asked anew if one substitutes the word "communication" for Darwin's word "expression".[long dash]In addition to the original illustrations, there are new additions which include selections from G. Bateson's photographic studies of the Bali-nese, drawings by K. Lorenz of expressive behavior in the dog, and photographs by S. Kalisher of speakers at the Louisville University Institute on Culture and Communication in which the group taking part in the new development of kinesics were also objects of their own research.

DOI: 10.1097/00005053-195601000-00016


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